Just behind their beta release of Windows 7, which is aimed at a mobile computing market, Microsoft has announced their most ambitious operating system yet, codenamed "Gotchanow," a word that is apparently based on the Native American term meaning, "Sir, your goose is cooked."
Gotchanow is the software giant's first attempt to directly control the human mind through an installed software kernel, and lab tests have shown the results to be satisfactory.
A spokesman for the company refused to ascertain for us whether or not critical failures were common in this new operating system, but they were quick to assure anyone interested that the Live Update function would keep your brain up to date with the latest viruses available on the internet. In a rare direct quote, he said, "That's really gonna mess with people's heads. Let's just leave it at that."