#7
what about "I'm a froot"?

I fell asleep on my arm once, scariest thing that ever happened to me. I thought it was kill.
#14
shoop da woop
Bishop of Zeppelinism PM The Heartbreaker to join.

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Everyone knows that the day the Metallica ends, the world ends.
#16
Toast is sliced bread which has been browned by exposure to dry heat ("toasted"). This browning reaction is a form of Maillard reaction. Toasting warms the bread, making it more pleasant to eat for some, and makes it crisp such that it holds toppings more securely. Toasting is also a common method of making stale bread palatable. Toast is often served with butter, cheese, marmalade, or any number of other toppings, thereby making an open-faced sandwich. Toast is a typical breakfast food, and may be bought as is in supermarkets, or made at the home from regular bread.
Contents


* 1 Toasting methods
o 1.1 Using a household toaster
o 1.2 Using a toaster oven
o 1.3 Using a grill
o 1.4 Using an open fire
* 2 Preparation and use
* 3 See also
* 4 References

Toasting methods

Using a household toaster
A classic two-slot toaster

The usual method of browning bread is by the use of a toaster, a small appliance made for that purpose, first used in the late nineteenth or early twentieth century.[1] For a modern toaster, sliced bread is placed into the narrow slots on the top of the device and the desired toast setting is selected (some toasters have more elaborate settings than others). Then, the lever on the side of the toaster is pushed down, simultaneously turning on the heating elements.

Using a toaster oven

A more modern method of toasting is the use of a toaster oven. This device can be used both as a conventional oven and for toasting. It is usually a scaled down version of a conventional oven. The use of a toaster oven is more similar to that of a conventional oven: settings such as temperature and cooking time are set with knobs or buttons on the toaster oven. The bread is then placed on the oven rack to cook. Unlike the traditional toaster, the toast does not pop out the top when it is ready. Instead, the toast is simply removed from the oven by hand using an oven mitt or potholder. Some prefer the toaster oven because it takes up little counter space and can be used to bake small food items without having to use the conventional oven, but it is still debated whether it gives toast the "crunch" that a traditional toaster does.

Using a grill

Toast can also be prepared under a grill (American English: broiler). This method requires turning the toast halfway through the cooking process, making it less convenient than using a toaster. This method also allows a range of toast based dishes to be created, for example cheese on toast where the bread is toasted on one side, turned and topped with cheese before finally grilling the second side.

Using an open fire

Traditionally toast can be prepared on a wood or coal burning open fire, using a toasting fork ( a long slender fork made entirely for this purpose). As with the grill based method this requires turning the toast during the cooking process.

Reflector Toasters

Another way to make toast is to use a reflector toaster. They are usually made of a reflective material the directs sunlight towards the toast and are similar to reflector ovens. Some reflector toasters can be put near a campfire to reflect the heat at the toast.

Preparation and use
A slice of bread, contrasting untoasted and toasted

Care must be taken while toasting bread to avoid burning toast unless it is desired in that state. Burnt toast is possibly carcinogenic, due to elevated levels of benzopyrene. [2]

Toast is commonly eaten with butter or margarine spread over it. Jams, jellies and other spreads are also commonly used as toppings. In some countries a more popular practice is to spread a yeast extract, such as Marmite or Vegemite on toast. "Beans on toast" and "Eggs on toast" are both very popular simple meals in the United Kingdom. Other methods of preparing toast include to sprinkle a mixture of sugar and cinnamon on buttered toast, creating cinnamon toast.[3] Toast spread with jam, jelly, apple butter or marmalade is commonly associated with breakfast. It is sometimes used instead of fresh bread for making sandwiches (such as a BLT sandwich).

Toast is a common component of many breakfasts, and is also used in some traditional bland specialty diets for people with gastrointestinal problems such as diarrhea, or morning sickness during pregnancy, such as the BRAT diet consisting of bananas, rice, applesauce, and toast.[4]

Bread can also be cubed before being toasted, sometimes after being coated with seasonings. These toasted cubes are called croutons, and are often added to salads, soups, and other dishes.


* French toast
* Toasted sandwich
* Texas toast
* Melba toast
* Fried bread
* Milk toast
* Toast rack
* Egg in the basket
* Tostada
* Bagel toast
* Toaster

Do it, you'l kick ass.
#18
"I asked a bunch of people i dont know from the internet for suggestions on how to do something so incredibly simple LOL"

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lol wut??

insert pear pic

Are you new here?
Last edited by Valderama at Dec 18, 2008,
#19
The "I Cum Blood" thing is very old and unfunny...


Sorry to be a buzz kill TS.


But to return that buzz, engrave your name! With the phrase, "Leggo my eggo!"
私の名前はアジリョです

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I snapped my high E once and sliced my finger open, so I can only assume snapping the low E would put me into a coma or something.
#20
Quote by NKF176
Toast is sliced bread which has been browned by exposure to dry heat ("toasted"). This browning reaction is a form of Maillard reaction. Toasting warms the bread, making it more pleasant to eat for some, and makes it crisp such that it holds toppings more securely. Toasting is also a common method of making stale bread palatable. Toast is often served with butter, cheese, marmalade, or any number of other toppings, thereby making an open-faced sandwich. Toast is a typical breakfast food, and may be bought as is in supermarkets, or made at the home from regular bread.
Contents


* 1 Toasting methods
o 1.1 Using a household toaster
o 1.2 Using a toaster oven
o 1.3 Using a grill
o 1.4 Using an open fire
* 2 Preparation and use
* 3 See also
* 4 References

Toasting methods

Using a household toaster
A classic two-slot toaster

The usual method of browning bread is by the use of a toaster, a small appliance made for that purpose, first used in the late nineteenth or early twentieth century.[1] For a modern toaster, sliced bread is placed into the narrow slots on the top of the device and the desired toast setting is selected (some toasters have more elaborate settings than others). Then, the lever on the side of the toaster is pushed down, simultaneously turning on the heating elements.

Using a toaster oven

A more modern method of toasting is the use of a toaster oven. This device can be used both as a conventional oven and for toasting. It is usually a scaled down version of a conventional oven. The use of a toaster oven is more similar to that of a conventional oven: settings such as temperature and cooking time are set with knobs or buttons on the toaster oven. The bread is then placed on the oven rack to cook. Unlike the traditional toaster, the toast does not pop out the top when it is ready. Instead, the toast is simply removed from the oven by hand using an oven mitt or potholder. Some prefer the toaster oven because it takes up little counter space and can be used to bake small food items without having to use the conventional oven, but it is still debated whether it gives toast the "crunch" that a traditional toaster does.

Using a grill

Toast can also be prepared under a grill (American English: broiler). This method requires turning the toast halfway through the cooking process, making it less convenient than using a toaster. This method also allows a range of toast based dishes to be created, for example cheese on toast where the bread is toasted on one side, turned and topped with cheese before finally grilling the second side.

Using an open fire

Traditionally toast can be prepared on a wood or coal burning open fire, using a toasting fork ( a long slender fork made entirely for this purpose). As with the grill based method this requires turning the toast during the cooking process.

Reflector Toasters

Another way to make toast is to use a reflector toaster. They are usually made of a reflective material the directs sunlight towards the toast and are similar to reflector ovens. Some reflector toasters can be put near a campfire to reflect the heat at the toast.

Preparation and use
A slice of bread, contrasting untoasted and toasted

Care must be taken while toasting bread to avoid burning toast unless it is desired in that state. Burnt toast is possibly carcinogenic, due to elevated levels of benzopyrene. [2]

Toast is commonly eaten with butter or margarine spread over it. Jams, jellies and other spreads are also commonly used as toppings. In some countries a more popular practice is to spread a yeast extract, such as Marmite or Vegemite on toast. "Beans on toast" and "Eggs on toast" are both very popular simple meals in the United Kingdom. Other methods of preparing toast include to sprinkle a mixture of sugar and cinnamon on buttered toast, creating cinnamon toast.[3] Toast spread with jam, jelly, apple butter or marmalade is commonly associated with breakfast. It is sometimes used instead of fresh bread for making sandwiches (such as a BLT sandwich).

Toast is a common component of many breakfasts, and is also used in some traditional bland specialty diets for people with gastrointestinal problems such as diarrhea, or morning sickness during pregnancy, such as the BRAT diet consisting of bananas, rice, applesauce, and toast.[4]

Bread can also be cubed before being toasted, sometimes after being coated with seasonings. These toasted cubes are called croutons, and are often added to salads, soups, and other dishes.


* French toast
* Toasted sandwich
* Texas toast
* Melba toast
* Fried bread
* Milk toast
* Toast rack
* Egg in the basket
* Tostada
* Bagel toast
* Toaster

Do it, you'l kick ass.


#22
Quote by HamOfGod
Get:

"You just lost the game"

****'s sake!
Two threads in a row!
There will be no christmas now...
ohai little sig.
#24
Quote by NKF176
Toast is sliced bread which has been browned by exposure to dry heat ("toasted"). This browning reaction is a form of Maillard reaction. Toasting warms the bread, making it more pleasant to eat for some, and makes it crisp such that it holds toppings more securely. Toasting is also a common method of making stale bread palatable. Toast is often served with butter, cheese, marmalade, or any number of other toppings, thereby making an open-faced sandwich. Toast is a typical breakfast food, and may be bought as is in supermarkets, or made at the home from regular bread.
Contents


* 1 Toasting methods
o 1.1 Using a household toaster
o 1.2 Using a toaster oven
o 1.3 Using a grill
o 1.4 Using an open fire
* 2 Preparation and use
* 3 See also
* 4 References

Toasting methods

Using a household toaster
A classic two-slot toaster

The usual method of browning bread is by the use of a toaster, a small appliance made for that purpose, first used in the late nineteenth or early twentieth century.[1] For a modern toaster, sliced bread is placed into the narrow slots on the top of the device and the desired toast setting is selected (some toasters have more elaborate settings than others). Then, the lever on the side of the toaster is pushed down, simultaneously turning on the heating elements.

Using a toaster oven

A more modern method of toasting is the use of a toaster oven. This device can be used both as a conventional oven and for toasting. It is usually a scaled down version of a conventional oven. The use of a toaster oven is more similar to that of a conventional oven: settings such as temperature and cooking time are set with knobs or buttons on the toaster oven. The bread is then placed on the oven rack to cook. Unlike the traditional toaster, the toast does not pop out the top when it is ready. Instead, the toast is simply removed from the oven by hand using an oven mitt or potholder. Some prefer the toaster oven because it takes up little counter space and can be used to bake small food items without having to use the conventional oven, but it is still debated whether it gives toast the "crunch" that a traditional toaster does.

Using a grill

Toast can also be prepared under a grill (American English: broiler). This method requires turning the toast halfway through the cooking process, making it less convenient than using a toaster. This method also allows a range of toast based dishes to be created, for example cheese on toast where the bread is toasted on one side, turned and topped with cheese before finally grilling the second side.

Using an open fire

Traditionally toast can be prepared on a wood or coal burning open fire, using a toasting fork ( a long slender fork made entirely for this purpose). As with the grill based method this requires turning the toast during the cooking process.

Reflector Toasters

Another way to make toast is to use a reflector toaster. They are usually made of a reflective material the directs sunlight towards the toast and are similar to reflector ovens. Some reflector toasters can be put near a campfire to reflect the heat at the toast.

Preparation and use
A slice of bread, contrasting untoasted and toasted

Care must be taken while toasting bread to avoid burning toast unless it is desired in that state. Burnt toast is possibly carcinogenic, due to elevated levels of benzopyrene. [2]

Toast is commonly eaten with butter or margarine spread over it. Jams, jellies and other spreads are also commonly used as toppings. In some countries a more popular practice is to spread a yeast extract, such as Marmite or Vegemite on toast. "Beans on toast" and "Eggs on toast" are both very popular simple meals in the United Kingdom. Other methods of preparing toast include to sprinkle a mixture of sugar and cinnamon on buttered toast, creating cinnamon toast.[3] Toast spread with jam, jelly, apple butter or marmalade is commonly associated with breakfast. It is sometimes used instead of fresh bread for making sandwiches (such as a BLT sandwich).

Toast is a common component of many breakfasts, and is also used in some traditional bland specialty diets for people with gastrointestinal problems such as diarrhea, or morning sickness during pregnancy, such as the BRAT diet consisting of bananas, rice, applesauce, and toast.[4]

Bread can also be cubed before being toasted, sometimes after being coated with seasonings. These toasted cubes are called croutons, and are often added to salads, soups, and other dishes.


* French toast
* Toasted sandwich
* Texas toast
* Melba toast
* Fried bread
* Milk toast
* Toast rack
* Egg in the basket
* Tostada
* Bagel toast
* Toaster

Do it, you'l kick ass.



i would so do that if you could make them that long!
#25
Quote by Demonikk
****'s sake!
Two threads in a row!
There will be no christmas now...

rofl. that's what i'm here for.

wait, that should be what i do here...
#26
"This side is for checking yourself out, because no one else will"

or

"Dont look now...but that girl behind you has a big ass"


Also, why do you have the colors tracklist in your sig?
#28
Quote by NKF176
Toast is sliced bread which has been browned by exposure to dry heat ("toasted"). This browning reaction is a form of Maillard reaction. Toasting warms the bread, making it more pleasant to eat for some, and makes it crisp such that it holds toppings more securely. Toasting is also a common method of making stale bread palatable. Toast is often served with butter, cheese, marmalade, or any number of other toppings, thereby making an open-faced sandwich. Toast is a typical breakfast food, and may be bought as is in supermarkets, or made at the home from regular bread.
Contents


* 1 Toasting methods
o 1.1 Using a household toaster
o 1.2 Using a toaster oven
o 1.3 Using a grill
o 1.4 Using an open fire
* 2 Preparation and use
* 3 See also
* 4 References

Toasting methods

Using a household toaster
A classic two-slot toaster

The usual method of browning bread is by the use of a toaster, a small appliance made for that purpose, first used in the late nineteenth or early twentieth century.[1] For a modern toaster, sliced bread is placed into the narrow slots on the top of the device and the desired toast setting is selected (some toasters have more elaborate settings than others). Then, the lever on the side of the toaster is pushed down, simultaneously turning on the heating elements.

Using a toaster oven

A more modern method of toasting is the use of a toaster oven. This device can be used both as a conventional oven and for toasting. It is usually a scaled down version of a conventional oven. The use of a toaster oven is more similar to that of a conventional oven: settings such as temperature and cooking time are set with knobs or buttons on the toaster oven. The bread is then placed on the oven rack to cook. Unlike the traditional toaster, the toast does not pop out the top when it is ready. Instead, the toast is simply removed from the oven by hand using an oven mitt or potholder. Some prefer the toaster oven because it takes up little counter space and can be used to bake small food items without having to use the conventional oven, but it is still debated whether it gives toast the "crunch" that a traditional toaster does.

Using a grill

Toast can also be prepared under a grill (American English: broiler). This method requires turning the toast halfway through the cooking process, making it less convenient than using a toaster. This method also allows a range of toast based dishes to be created, for example cheese on toast where the bread is toasted on one side, turned and topped with cheese before finally grilling the second side.

Using an open fire

Traditionally toast can be prepared on a wood or coal burning open fire, using a toasting fork ( a long slender fork made entirely for this purpose). As with the grill based method this requires turning the toast during the cooking process.

Reflector Toasters

Another way to make toast is to use a reflector toaster. They are usually made of a reflective material the directs sunlight towards the toast and are similar to reflector ovens. Some reflector toasters can be put near a campfire to reflect the heat at the toast.

Preparation and use
A slice of bread, contrasting untoasted and toasted

Care must be taken while toasting bread to avoid burning toast unless it is desired in that state. Burnt toast is possibly carcinogenic, due to elevated levels of benzopyrene. [2]

Toast is commonly eaten with butter or margarine spread over it. Jams, jellies and other spreads are also commonly used as toppings. In some countries a more popular practice is to spread a yeast extract, such as Marmite or Vegemite on toast. "Beans on toast" and "Eggs on toast" are both very popular simple meals in the United Kingdom. Other methods of preparing toast include to sprinkle a mixture of sugar and cinnamon on buttered toast, creating cinnamon toast.[3] Toast spread with jam, jelly, apple butter or marmalade is commonly associated with breakfast. It is sometimes used instead of fresh bread for making sandwiches (such as a BLT sandwich).

Toast is a common component of many breakfasts, and is also used in some traditional bland specialty diets for people with gastrointestinal problems such as diarrhea, or morning sickness during pregnancy, such as the BRAT diet consisting of bananas, rice, applesauce, and toast.[4]

Bread can also be cubed before being toasted, sometimes after being coated with seasonings. These toasted cubes are called croutons, and are often added to salads, soups, and other dishes.


* French toast
* Toasted sandwich
* Texas toast
* Melba toast
* Fried bread
* Milk toast
* Toast rack
* Egg in the basket
* Tostada
* Bagel toast
* Toaster

Do it, you'l kick ass.

Gah... stop quoting this. It's stretching the page out way too much.
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Oh wow this is a guitar forum!
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Karvid is sexy

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Why is it that some folks quote praise from other members in their sig lines?
Its lame.
#29
Lulz


...In binary
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Why would you spend tens of thousands of dollars to learn about a language you already speak? It was over before it even started dude

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brot pls
#32
he iPod Touch (trademarked as iPod touch) is a portable media player and Wi-Fi mobile platform designed and marketed by Apple Inc.. The product was launched on September 5, 2007 at an event called The Beat Goes On.[2] The iPod Touch adds the multi-touch graphical user interface to the iPod line and is available with 8, 16, or 32 GB of flash memory. It includes Apple's Safari web browser and is the first iPod with wireless access to the iTunes Store. With a software update, which is sold by Apple, it also has access to Apple's App Store.[3] The second generation iPod Touch, featuring external volume controls, a built-in speaker, a contoured back and built-in Nike+ support, was unveiled on September 9, 2008 at the Let's Rock keynote presentation.
Contents


* 1 Description
* 2 Models
* 3 Comparisons to the iPhone and model comparisons
* 4 Requirements
* 5 Third-party applications
* 6 Specifications
* 7 Timeline of full-size iPod models
* 8 See also
* 9 References
* 10 External links

[edit] Description

The iPod Touch has the iPhone's multi-touch interface, with a physical home button off the touch screen. The home screen has a list of buttons for the available applications. The iPod Touch is equipped with Wi-Fi 802.11b/g. All iPod Touch models have included the applications Music, Videos, and Photos (collectively duplicating the standard functions of the iPod Classic), iTunes (providing access to the Wi-Fi Music Store), Safari, YouTube, Calendar, Contacts, Clock, Calculator, and Settings. Later models added Mail (accessing POP/IMAP/SMTP e-mail), Maps, Stocks, Notes, and Weather, which could also be added to the earlier models with the purchase of a US$20 software upgrade.[4] Direct links to web sites can be added to the home screen by the user (called "Web Clips").

On July 11, 2008 the iPhone 2.0 Software Update was released for the iPod Touch for US$9.95. The update allowed first generation iPod Touch devices to access the App Store, download third-party applications, in addition to a host of minor "fixes". The iPod Touch 2.0 Software Update supports WPA2 Enterprise with 802.1X authentication.[5]

[edit] Models
Generation Capacity Color Connection (for syncing) Original release date Minimum OS to sync Rated battery life (hours)
First 8 GB Black USB 2.0 (FireWire for charging only) September 5, 2007 Mac: 10.4.10
Windows: XP SP2 audio: 22
video: 5
16 GB
32 GB 5 February 5, 2008
Second 8 GB Black USB 2.0 only[6] September 9, 2008 Mac: 10.4.10
Windows: XP SP2 audio: 36
video: 6
16 GB
32 GB

[edit] Comparisons to the iPhone and model comparisons

For more details on this topic, see iPhone OS version history.

The iPod Touch and the iPhone share the same hardware platform and are controlled by the same iPhone OS operating system. The iPod Touch lacks some of the iPhone's features: access to a phone network, a built-in microphone, a camera, Bluetooth capability, and GPS receiver; as a result, the iPod Touch is slimmer and lighter than the iPhone. Steve Jobs has referred to the iPod Touch as "training wheels for the iPhone".[7]

The second generation iPod Touch has an added volume rocker and a built-in speaker, which were previously iPhone-only features. The second generation also comes with the chrome frame seen on the iPhone 3G, making the two almost identical when viewed from the front, with the only differences being no speaker above the screen, no silent/ringer switch and the sleep/wake button on the other side. The second generation also supports audio input when a headphone or earphone with microphone capabilities is plugged into the audio output jack. Although unannounced and unsupported by Apple, the iPod Touch has Bluetooth capability, as the included Wi-Fi chip (Broadcom BCM4325) has Bluetooth and FM Radio support, as well as the advertised Wi-Fi capability.[8] It is believed that this Bluetooth capability is being used for Nike+iPod support, as Apple has said that the Nike+iPod kit works on an unspecified 2.4 GHz radio frequency.

Second generation iPod Touches are said to have a yellower cast/tint to the display, as compared to the iPhone or the original iPod Touch. It is unclear whether this appreciably affects video playback. Users have reported a reduction in display quality with this tint.[9] Also, the first generation iPod Touch works with all "Made for iPod" peripherals, but Apple made changes to the second generation iPod Touch that prevent some existing peripherals from recharging the updated player.[10]

[edit] Requirements

As supplied new, the iPod Touch needs a connection to a computer for initial configuration.[11] Officially, Apple requires iTunes to be installed on either a Mac OS X or Windows operating system based computer for configuring the iPod Touch. On either operating system, the iPod Touch must be connected through a USB port.[12] The first time the iPod Touch is turned on, a "connect cable to iTunes" graphic will be displayed continuously until the iPod Touch is connected to a computer running iTunes.[13]

To use the iPod Touch for buying products at the iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store via Wi-Fi, an iTunes Store account must be created in iTunes and the account details then entered into the iPod.[14]

Apple states that the following is required for the iPod Touch:[12]

* A computer running either:
o Mac OS X 10.4.10 or later
o Microsoft Windows XP with SP2 or later, or Vista (32 or 64-bit versions)[15]
* iTunes 8.0 (with the 2.1 iPhone OS update) or 7.6 for iPhone OS 2.0.x or earlier
* Available USB 2.0 port

[edit] Third-party applications
Jailbroken first generation iPod Touch, running iPhone OS version 1.1.1.

The only official channel to obtain third-party applications for the iPod Touch is Apple's iTunes Store. The App Store application, available in all versions of the iPhone OS from version 2.0 (or Software Update 2.0) onwards, allows users to browse and download applications from an online repository with the iTunes Store. To develop such software, a software development kit (SDK) was officially announced on March 6, 2008, at an Apple Town Hall meeting.[16] The iPhone SDK allows developers to make applications for the iPhone and iPod Touch after paying a fee to join the development team. The developer can then set the price for the applications they develop and will receive 70% of the sale price. The developer can also opt to release the application for free and will not pay any additional costs.

Thomas Fessler, the CEO of Handheld Games Corp, a developer of third-party games for the iPod Touch and iPhone, reported that the performance of its 3D game varied across different models, with the second generation iPod Touch delivering significant performance increases over its predecesor and both iPhone models.[17] This is attributed to the increased processor speeds in the second generation iPod Touch, though Fessler speculates that other factors may have contributed to it.

Shortly after the iPod Touch was released (iPhone OS version 1.1.1), hackers were able to "jailbreak" the device through a TIFF exploit. The resulting application, "Installer.app", enabled the user to download a selection of unofficial third-party programs. Some of these give the user more control over the iPod Touch than is officially available, and also makes it work on Linux operating systems. Versions 1.1.2, 1.1.3, 1.1.4, 1.1.5, 2.0, 2.0.1, 2.0.2, 2.1, and 2.2 can also be jailbroken.[18] Only first generation iPods can be jailbroken, since the newest generation has a different processor. Servicing an iPod Touch after jailbreaking or other modifications made by unofficial means is not covered by Apple's warranty.[citation needed]

[edit] Specifications

The specifications as listed on Apple's website for the second generation iPod Touch are:[12]

* Screen material: Arsenic-free glass
* Screen size: 8.9 cm (3.5 in)
* Screen resolution: 480×320 px at 163 ppi, with 3:2 aspect ratio
* Input method: Multi-touch screen interface, Sleep/Wake button, Accelerometer, Home button, Volume Rocker buttons
* Operating system: iPhone OS (current version 2.2)
* Storage: 8, 16, or 32 GB flash memory
* CPU: ARM 400 Mhz for 1st generation, 533 Mhz for 2nd Generation[1]
* GPU: PowerVR MBX Lite 3D
* RAM: 128 MB DRAM
* Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g)
* Built-in rechargeable, non-removable lithium battery with up to 6 hours of video playback, and up to 36 hours of audio playback, times vary.
* Built-in audio speaker.[19]
* 3.5 mm audio output jack
* Size: 110×61.8×8 mm (4.3×2.4×0.33 in)
* Weight: 115 g (4.05 oz)
* Direct iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store access
* Widescreen video
* Included applications: Safari web browser, YouTube client, Mail client, Google Maps
* Access to App Store (requires iPhone OS 2.0 or later)
* Widgets: Stocks, Weather, Notes
* Access to Starbucks music (available only in selected cities across the United States)[20][21]

Timeline of full-size iPod models

See also: Template:Timeline of iPod models and Template:Timeline of compact iPod models

Sources: Apple press release library,[22] Mactracker Apple Inc. model database[23]

[edit] See also

* Comparison of iPod managers
* Comparison of portable media players
* List of handhelds with Wi-Fi connectivity
* List of portable media players with Wi-Fi connectivity

Do this, its more appropriate, unless yu have a toast fetish.
#34
"The average length of a man's penis equals 3 times the length of his thumb"

Every single guy who reads that WILL check their thumb a second afterwards.