Meanie is a simple HTTP server that installs on your PC, once running, it shows you a URL which you can browse* to on your smart phone.
It has a mouse pad, keyboard and number pad, along with the main buttons for Windows Media Center
The latest version setup file
Once installed the application will check for new versions on start-up or if you click the label on the main window
This is called ClickOnce by Microsoft
*Your phone and PC must be on your WIFI network
Virus checkers may quarantine or even delete the application. Semantec have checked the app over and agreed its fine, they have removed meanie from their detection list, I will be asking the others to do the same - if your virus checker kicks-up-a-stink let me know its name and version and I'll get it sorted.
I tweet when I update, seems the thing to do these days
If you find a problem with the application, click on the meanie icon in your taskbar, the main meanie form will popup, then click on version number, this jumps you to the support form (below) with the version number filled in - how convenient
15 hours ago
Also, someone please ask if these fabled 300,000 servers are real hardware, or just the total size of Windows Azure (which then implies