However Blogger just made it easier by updating their Wireless Blogging service to support emails with attachments from gmail. Up until recently, the only way to submit to your blog wirelessly was either:
(1) email your blog from your phone (text only - doesn't support pictures), or:
(2) send MMS messages with text and pictures from your phone to email@example.com
(many wireless networks not supported - including mine)
In the latter case Blogger.com would set up a special wireless blog for you, which you are then allowed to connect/link to your existing Blogger blog.
Well for those of you who want to try the new and improved (and PROVEN) method, here's how to do it.
Easy instructions (I admit these are simplified)
(1) Set up a free Blogger Blog (Let's presume you've got one already)
(2) Set up a free gmail email account and configure for IMAP
(Gmail > "Settings" > "Forwarding and POP/IMAP" > "Enable IMAP")
(3) Get wireless data working on your phone.
Well, D'uh. I'm going to have to presume you've figured that all out.
(4) Set up your phone to send/receive email to/from your gmail account from your phone.
If you're trying to blog from your phone, I'll trust that this step isn't too complex for you. If it is, you might, erm, consider another pastime.
(5) Send a test email from your phone using your Gmail account to firstname.lastname@example.org.
(6) Using your desktop PC email client or browser, check your gmail account for an email from email@example.com.
They send you a link to your new wireless blog that looks something like this:
"Welcome! [new-wireless-blog-name].blogspot.com is your blog. Claim it at go.blogger.com with code: XYZABC"
(7) Using your desktop browser, click on the link provided in that email which will take you to a special Blogger page to link your new wireless blog to your existing Blogger blog, entering the code as you go.
Yay. Done. Since I had (1), (2) (3) and (4) done already, this took me about 15 minutes to configure steps (5), (6) and (7).
The point is, you can now send blog entries to your Blogger blog WITH pictures wirelessly from your phone. Done and done. That's what I'm using now. No need for some service like PicoBlogger (now discontinued).