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1st, make sure you have the most update software. The software you need at this point is 3.1.1. Make sure your iTunes software is up to date. For that you should be using 9.0.1. Chances are, one or both pieces of software are out of date. However, it's possible that your iPod is crashing because it doesn't have enough RAM to run all of your programs. I recomend downloading an app called "Free Memory". The app will free up atleast 20MB of ram which should allow you to run any app. I believe "Free Memory" will run you about .99. Good luck!
Try a restart on the touch, hold down menu and home button until the 'off' slider comes on. Turn it off, then on. When it comes back open the app store, install an app (just any free one) and open the new app when finished. Close the app, then try Safari. This clears memory and also works if your apps are closing straight away.
i get this all the time its kind of a pain but just delete the app thats crashing and then reinstall from appstore and not from itunes because if you resync sometimes it doesnt work so just delete then redownload from appstore on ipod