Here’s a few items that have caught my eye today:

  • Ning – the do it yourself social networking platform – now makes it possible to add audio to your networks, something that was seriously lacking before. Now music, podcasts and any other form of audio can be uploaded or linked to.
  • Richard MacManus of the excellent Read/WriteWeb blog, discusses the launch of version 1 of EyeOS, a web based ‘operating system’. It’s like a desktop that runs inside your web browser, and what’s more, it’s open source. Give it a try.
  • Guy Kawasaki blogs how we went about setting up his latest social media project, Truemors. There’s even a slideshow on the subject.