(There's a Buzzblog March 9 update\u00a0on Project Origami here.)Anyone holding their breath this morning for Microsoft to lift the covers off its Origami Project \u2013 an ultra-portable \u201clifestyle PC\u201d that\u2019s said to do everything but whiten your teeth -- had better exhale and chill for another week. As had been predicted by a number of sharp-eyed sleuths who are closely following this hype-fest, the just-posted Week 2 production on Origami\u2019s teaser Web site does little more than drag everyone along to what we presume will be the actual news in seven more excruciating days.The second clip \u2013 which hammers home the idea that this device will be a constant companion -- opens as the first: \u201cHi there.\u201d\u201cWondering where to find me?\u201d (Actually, I\u2019m wondering why I am talking to an inanimate object, but I digress.)The video then flits from a city skyline \u2026 to a beach \u2026 to a mountaintop \u2026 a subway platform \u2026 and a car cruising a highway.\u201cI am everywhere you are \u2026 but never in the way.\u201dNo bathroom shot, but c'mon, this thing's made for the throne, no?\u201cFind out 3.9.06.\u201dNow I like a \u201cmystery\u201d marketing campaign as much as the next guy who needs something to write about every day, but Microsoft may be overplaying its hand here by at least a week: Queue the backlash?Well, the fellow who originally clued me in on all of this -- and has actually seen the device -- says\u00a0it will be worth the wait and the gamesmanship. He says the interesting thing about it will be the computing devices it can displace, either entirely or in certain cases. \u201cWatch to see who\u2019s disintermediated,\u201d he says.