If you grab your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch with Siri, and ask Siri to beatbox, she (or he) will do the deed - no boots or cats were harmed!
If you're disappointed or angry about treatment by a guru, then take a look at the new report from Unguru.me and you'll see that you're far from alone. And what the report says about gurus largely applies for many others, such as IT consultants, stockbrokers, real estate agents, and mobile phone salespeople.
Microsoft giveth and Microsoft taketh away. After handing out the pre-Christmas 2010 gift of Microsoft Security Essentials 2.0 they're doing the exactly opposite with Windows SteadyState which will not be available for download after 31 December this year. This puts Windows XP and Windows Vista users of this handy management tool for shared computers into a bind '” but it doesn't affect Windows 7 users because they can't use it anyway!
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