First came the iPod vending machines. Now, Australian company 22Moo is hard at work on the PodBuffet, an iTunes kiosk that will offer up iTunes content in places such as airports, train stations, hotels, shopping centres and other public spaces. The current prototype is powered by an Apple Intel based Mac Mini and 15-inch TFT touch screen with virtual keyboard for user input. To accomodate the many models of iPods, the PodBuffet will feature various dock connectors, USB and FireWire ports. The kiosk will connect to the iTunes music store using a wireless internet connection.