How about a dead-man's switch, like the ones worn when you drive a WaveRunner or SnowMobile? It might be a physical lanyard, or a more modern approach could be Bluetooth based. When the BT dongle/wristband/whatever that you are wearing gets more than the range of Bluetooth away from the laptop, it auto-locks.
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The machines have an AERO CITY logo on them, but with the weird font they used, I first read it as NERD CITY.
They are a bit pricey and hard to find. Here's one I found on Amazon:
How awesome would a thumb drive with a hardware write lock be?
These exist. I use one regularly to load malware-cleaning software onto infected machines, without risking getting the thumb drive itself infected.
Obama's still getting the checks, and his balance is increasing. Perhaps you misunderstood what he meant.
But an Intel HD 4000 ?
I'm not expecting that to keep up with the high-res display.
It doesn't seem to be a problem for the Retina version of the MacBook Pro 13", which uses the same chip.
Please do not turn off your computer.
Nuh uh! All 10 surface pro buyers are furious!
I was confused until I realized you were using binary. Good one!