OS/2 offers 'Neko', a program that sends a skittish kitten chasing after the mouse cursor. As desktop computers become more powerful, users will have more clock cycles available for such distractions. We offer the following vision of what may be to come: Neko for Windows NT: A stick-figure Bill Gates ambles after the mouse. If he passes a window he stops to point out the interesting features and makes promises as to what future versions will offer. Neko for OS/2 version 2.2: An elephant appears, and runs away from the mouse in terror. When it runs into a window, it knocks itself unconscious. Neko for Taligent: As for OS/2 2.2, but the elephant is coloured pink. Neko for Apple Power-PC: 'Phil', Apple's bow-tied 'agent', runs after the mouse with a mousetrap. If he runs into a window he drops the mousetrap onto his foot and jumps around the screen howling in pain. And finally, Neko for SGI Indy: A fully rendered velociraptor stomps after the mouse. If it runs into a window, it tears it apart and eats it.
(From the "Rest" of RHF)