Amazingly enough, Safari comes pre-stocked with bookmarks (Favorites)—that is, a list of Web sites you might want to visit again without having to remember and type their URLs. Even more amazingly, all of these canned bookmarks are interesting and useful to you in particular! How did it know?
Easy—it copied your existing desktop computer's browser bookmarks from Internet Explorer (Windows) or Safari (Macintosh and Windows) when you synced the Touch. Sneaky, eh? (Flip ahead a few pages if you haven't synced.)
Anyway, to see the bookmarks, tap the button at the bottom of the screen. You see the master list of bookmarks. Some may be "loose," and many more are probably organized into folders, or even folders within folders. Tapping a folder shows you what's inside, and tapping a bookmark immediately begins opening the corresponding Web site.
The iPod Touch has a Caps Lock feature, but you have to request it. Press the Home button and go to Settings→General→Keyboard and turn on "Enable caps lock." From now on, if you double-tap the key, it turns blue. You're now in Caps Lock mode, and you'll now type in ALL CAPITALS until you tap the key again. (If you can't ...