It wasn’t long ago that we gave the Eye-Fi wireless SD card a mobile innovation award. We loved the ability to wirelessly upload photos from our camera to our computer, or the internet, instead of with a USB cable. Today Nikon made it even easier when it announced its Nokia D60 Digital SLR with the “Eye-Fi Connected” program. The new Nikon D60 keeps the memory card slot powered on so that there isn’t any interference during the Eye-Fi wireless transfers, but the technology is in the Eye-Fi card. Photographers can then upload their pictures to Nikon’s “my Picturetown” online community to share their photos with family and friends. The software, which will be available this spring, will let users directly upload their pictures to 20 supported social networking sites and blogs, including Facebook, Picasa, Flickr, and Windows Live. MySpace users were left on the curb with this one.