STEVE: I updated Wizmo, my little wacky Windows gizmo, with two new commands. I don’t know, I was just in the mood late last week. I got another piece of email that my tech support guy Greg forwarded to me with a Wizmo person saying please, please, please could you just give me a command for locking my computer. I mean, locking the computer, a Windows machine, is not hard. You do Control-Alt-Delete, and then you choose Lock. But it’s the most requested new feature in Wizmo. So it’s like, okay, fine, I give up, I’m putting “lock” in. And then I tried combining it with “monoff,” which turns off the monitor. And that sort of - you can do it that way, say “wizmo lock monoff.” And you set that up as a shortcut on, for example, down in your toolbar. And you just do a one-click. And so anyway, but it doesn’t work as well as it could. So I did a second command called “blindlock.” And, you know, Wizmo you can find at GRC.com just under our main menu in freeware, or also GRC.com/freeware. And “blindlock” locks the system and then powers off all the monitors and keeps them off. So it looks like the system, you know, you’re not getting any clues, you can’t see the username which you otherwise can see if you just use the “lock” command or if you just lock the system. So you can’t see that. And of course it’s dangerous if you fumble around with the keyboard. So you want to practice first just using the lock command. And also Alt-U and Alt-P are shortcuts to the username and password fields. So you can use those, you know, to recover from a typo when you’re not able to see what you’re doing. But anyway, I know that it is the most requested feature. And so I said, okay, what the hell, we’ll just - I’ll add that. And so now Wizmo has it.