Typing in Cyrillic on Other Computers

You're at work. For some strange reason, your employer doesn't agree to let you modify the Windows registry of the company's system to install Cyrillic. (How closed-minded of them!) Never fear. You can use a temporary on-screen keyboard to write Cyrillic – either phonetically or on the Gosstandart keyboard. The only inconvenience is that you have to write the text you want on screen and then copy and paste it into whatever you want (e-mail, Word document, etc.) This service is available through Paul Gorodyansky's On-Screen Cyrillic Keyboard.