While I was cycling today, I had an interesting thought.
I always have my ol' iPod Nano with me while I'm cycling. As usual, if I want to listen to a song again, I click the left button to repeat, if I don't like a song, I click the right button to skip to the next song. But while cycling, I have to do this without looking at it. It is possible because I can feel the click-wheel and it has a good feedback so that I know when the press has worked.
Compare this with the touch-screen rage - can a person use the iPod Touch/iPhone without looking? From my limited usage of a friend's iphone, I do not think it is possible.
It makes me wonder which is really the "Touch" - the one I can use without looking (using only sense of touch), or the one that has a touch-screen UI (requires both sense of touch and sense of sight)?