I have an iPod touch, and it works just fine with the apple headphones that include a mic. I didn't want to shell out for another pair of headphones, so I use the ones that came free with my Blackberry (also includes a mic) and that works fine too. I believe the earlier generation iPod touch required an external mic attached to the dock connector but the current models can use any headphone/mic in a standard size jack.
If you're using PuTTY, you should check out PuTTY Connection Manager, it's free, it's PuTTY, and it's got tabs, connection profiles, etc. As soon as it supports PuTTYCyg connections I plan on switching to it for all my terminal needs on Windows.
Leave it to a Remo Williams fan to think bodies are the simplest solution to a problem
Unfortunately, this isn't an isolated case. I've had to do this several times over the past few years, and each incident uses up time that could have been better spent elsewhere. It's even worse for other projects. If you produce software, have you ever suffered collateral damage from AV false positives?"