A small company called Humanized (www.humanized.com) just put out what I think is a rather phenomenal program called "Enso", which has been featured recently in the Wall Street Journal and the Chicago Tribune. The company is headed by the son of Jef Raskin (guy who invented the Mac). Enso is basically a way to cut mouse usage down to a minimum and, so it appears, make a computer as fast as possible, user-wise. I'm curious as to what everyone thinks of it. My major gripe, of course, is that it's not out on OSX yet, but I figure it's only a matter of time.