Hey all, I know it's probably been discussed a bit before, but with Mountain Lion taking on a whole bunch of announced iOS features like Reminders, Notification Center, Messages, etc, the next logical step seems to be they would release a Siri type program on OSX. Currently, it looks like Apple uses their own servers to receive Siri requests from iPhone 4S devices. I wouldn't think they would need OSX to access their servers, but instead the voice recognition and checking can happen with your PC as long as it has internet access to access your iCloud data (or it would use the last sync data with iCould if you had no internet access). I for one would love to see this, as Siri has provided a neat change of pace for scheduling meetings, checking weather, etc. Being able to easily talk to my computer to get a response for meetings would ideally be the same as my phone, but since I'm practically on my computer for 8 hours a day working, it seems a more natural fit. Thoughts?