It's October! Yay! But for some people it's starting to get a tad colder and probably going to get even more so as the months keep going. Sure our fancy touch screens have been great thus far. But what about this winter? You start slipping on your gloves (or mittens) and are outside, want to call a friend or answer your phone... oops! Gotta take your glove off to do so. From my understanding the iPhone and iPod Touch both work not by pressure but by the electrical charge in your body. If your glove is thick enough it will prevent the electricity from hitting the screen. Try it now with a thickish piece of fabric. It works if it's thin enough but I'm certain some gloves will prohibit iPhone usage. What are people thinking about doing? Cut off the finger tips of your gloves? Send an electrical charge through your mittens? Getting an iGlove? Pulling a Michael Jackson? Learning to dial with your nose?