Contextually, you are correct (generally "its" is primarily classified as a possessive pronoun, though in the case above you're right). Still, some would prefer the term "possessive determiner". http://grammar.about.com/od/pq/g/possdeterterm.htm
... now hold your hands out 6" above your keyboard for 60 seconds. Next try 5 minutes. How uncomfortable will you be after physically gesturing with your hands for 8 hours? How about after a week of 8 hour days doing that? 6 months or a year?
What you're describing is quite similar to what an orchestra conductor does. And, in between periods of conducting, they often curse at the orchestra in anger because it didn't do what was intended. Maybe we'll see Windows 9 marketed with a "Conductor" UI?
The moment we gave everyone care via the ER by law we
yet again reduced the freedom of the market, a trend that started during WWII when the government's salary cap laws caused the market for healthcare to be aligned with employment, since employers started using non-pay benefits to entice labor.