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Do you lock your computer when you get up from it?


by @anon82020850 | 5yr  | 16 comments

Hi all,

I have noticed that it is very common in coworking places to see computers which are not locked. The owner will get up and go for a walk, or even go out for lunch for a couple of hours and leave their computer unlocked.

I find this strange because it basic gives anyone access to your computer and all the information that is on it - mail accounts, social media accounts, your password manager etc, so it poses a potentially huge security risk.

For me personally I worked in corporates many times and there you can get into big trouble if you leave your workstation unlocked. It is part on my muscle memory now - when I get up I lock the computer. On Windows it is so easy because you can just press Win+L and the computer is locked.

So I am curious - do you lock your computer when you get up? Is it just something you have not thought about before, or do you think no-one will mess with your computer in a public place?

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@chrisrdodd | 5yr

Personally. I use a MacLock blade which attaches to your computer and extends to provide a slot to put your Kensington lock in. MacBook Pros donโ€™t have the slot embedded anymore so this was basically the option available to me.

Canโ€™t say I agree that having a cable somehow communicates that you have something of value. I own a MacBook, so itโ€™s pretty clear, I think, that itโ€™s a valuable item regardless of having a cable.

At good coworking spaces, I wouldnโ€™t expect anyone to come around with cable cutters either.

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@gnefkow | 5yr

I agree, I spend a lot of time working in coffee shops - I put my (regular, paper) notebook and cup of coffee on the table to save my spot, but the laptop goes in my bag and into the bathroom. Paranoid, yes, but I donโ€™t want to loose a day of work because I have to track down an electronics store and buy a new laptop.

As to Software locking, I have my machine set to time out in a couple of minutes and require a password to access it. All of my work is backed up online, so if/when my machine gets lost or stolen I wonโ€™t loose anything there, and I have lastpass set to time itself out in a couple of minutes so that MOST everything would be unavailable to someone who could get past the Windows password.

I still have a few vulnerabilities, though. For instance -
Is there a good method for locking individual folders on a Windows machine? I have a Tresor for my important personal documents and sync a local folder with google drive and both of these are easily accessible from the Windows OS.

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@littleshiva | 5yr

I work in a hotel lounge sometimes, and when I have to get up to take a break I put my laptop in my tech backpack and leave whatever else I have (cables, another non-tech backpack) sitting there until I get back (these are just bathroom breaks, so itโ€™s not long). The people there know me too, so they keep an eye on my spot.

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@andymci | 5yr

Always. Got it into my head with my first job out of college. If anyone in the office failed to lock their computer, theyโ€™d have a nasty surprise waiting for them. (Iโ€™d include some examples here but theyโ€™re definitely NSFW!)

If Iโ€™m on Windows I instinctively hit Windows+L whenever I get up. Doesnโ€™t matter if Iโ€™m at home, at the office, or working remote.

On my Mac, I have the Guest account enabled and go to the โ€œSwitch Usersโ€ screen whenever I leave my system unattended.

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@patrick | 5yr

I do that where people can walk by.
By dragging my cursor to a smartcorner, the screensaver is activated and my Mac is semi-save.

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@mcavaliere | 5yr

I try to lock it every time I walk away, unless Iโ€™m being absent-minded and forget. But if Iโ€™m going somewhere the laptop will be out of my line of sight for more than 5 mins - say to the bathroom - Iโ€™ll throw the laptop in my backpack and take it with me. Itโ€™s fast and easy. Iโ€™m comfortable leaving the charger there, but Iโ€™m not taking chances with the laptop.

This is more so in the case in a cafe Iโ€™m not familiar with, since I donโ€™t know anyone there and donโ€™t have a sense of how much foot traffic it gets just yet.

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@rad4ever | 5yr

Yep I have it set up on OSX. It goes into lock after 1 minute of not using it. Itโ€™s pretty important because all my hard drives are encrypted with OSXโ€™s FileVault. So if people have access any way, it doesnโ€™t make sense.

In safe places (like Singapore, or in coworking spaces) I leave my computer at my desk in a coffee shop. But usually in other places, Iโ€™ll take it with me, leaving my other stuff on the table. Iโ€™ll just bring my phone and laptop. Thatโ€™s the most valuable things, so theyโ€™re most important to take.

Iโ€™ve never used cable locks, I think they attract only more attention to you actually. And theyโ€™re a bit overdoing it.

Also I know itโ€™s valuable, but then again, everything can get stolen. Just be prepared it will. I have everything backed up in the cloud every second and on a external Time Machine drive every day, so the moment I lose my MacBook, I just accept it. Buy a new one, and restore and continue working. Honestly, if you stay out of tourists areas and youโ€™re smart, your odds of getting robbed are not that high. Most of it is pickpocketing, and not taking your entire bag or laptop.

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@wanderingdev | 5yr

agreed. all these โ€˜safetyโ€™ precautions like cable locks, money belts (unless actually used properly, which is rare), pacsafes, etc. are just like pointing a neon sign at your expensive stuff and saying โ€˜look, i have expensive stuff and I think all this keeps it safe, come prove me wrong!โ€™. Just follow my safety rule and youโ€™re pretty much golden.

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@gnclmorais | 5yr

I lock it all the times, even at home. Call me crazy, but I believe itโ€™s a healthy habit. Just as @eelcojellema, I set up the bottom left corner of my Macbook to display a clock screensaver that requires password to unlock it. As soon as Iโ€™m getting up, I slide the cursor to that corner and bam!, secured.

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@ifdattic | 5yr

The only time I donโ€™t lock my laptop is when Iโ€™m at home alone and the only way for someone to get inside the house is open a locked door and disable the flat security. Still after 5 or 10 minutes my laptop locks itself automatically. Otherwise if someone/anyone can look at my screen when Iโ€™m not sitting in front of it itโ€™s locked. More or less has the same thing set up for my phone, tabled, kindle, backpack :smiley:

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@pashley | 5yr

As for software locking, I use Linux and the screensaver locks the machine so you need a pasword to get back in. I think the last time I used a desktop or laptop machine without that feature was over 20 years ago.

The screensaver kicks in after a set time. At home, I have it set for 15 minutes. Travelling, 2 to 5 depending how paranoid I feel.

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@pashley | 5yr

I habitually physically lock my laptop to the table. Nearly all machines have a little port for that & the cable to plug into that port is cheap & lightweight. It wonโ€™t stop a thief who brings boltcutters, but it will stop many.

It amazes me that anyone travels without one of those cables, but most people seem to. At one point I walked out of a Chinese bar, bought about five cables at a few $ each & gave them to everyone I was sitting with.

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@wanderingdev | 5yr

havenโ€™t had a laptop with a cable lock port in years.

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@don_lee | 5yr

Not only lock it, I also use PlugSpy (an app for Mac). If someone unplugs my laptop, it will ring a sound loudly, or if someone tries to unlock with an invalid password, it will take a photo of that person from the webcam, a sound will be played too.

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@eelcojellema | 5yr

Iโ€™ve seen many people doing this too.
Iโ€™ve setup a bottom-right hot corner (in OS X) which activates the screensaver. The password is needed to deactivate it. Also ctrl+shift+eject/power will work.

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@grum | 5yr

Itโ€™s a force of habit to lock my computer after working in a corporate environment for over a decade, plus as an added security measure my system will lock itself if my watch is out of bluetooth range.

If Iโ€™m in a co-working place and see an unlocked system owned by someone I know, I will change their desktop to something extremely inappropriate.

Whenever I see an unprotected computer owned by strangers, I often wonder if they have that same attitude towards the user data on the company theyโ€™re working on.

Anyone who leaves a system unprotected is practically begging for trouble. Either it be on their own data, or their clients and customers.

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I dream of being a digital nomad? How do I do it?


by @programmingmark | 7mo 7 months ago | 2 comments

Hello digital nomad!

I dream of being an independent digital nomad. But it feels very elusive & unattainable with my success rate. In full disclosure, whilst I have dreamed about making money online since high school; I have not earned a single cent making money online. $0, nada, zilch!! On the contrary, I have spent a lot of time & money on books, podcasts. Even though I have spent a lot of time reading/listening to others, I do not have anything to show for it!

I have made attempts in the past to start an online business, but these fizzle out quite quickly when I do not see traction especially when the goal I have set myself is too high.

Instead of reaching for the ultimate nomadic lifestyle goal, I want to start much smaller. Really small! I am simply looking to make $50 profit per month from a new online business. Thatโ€™s it.

I need some advice from you please!

  • Is $50 profit too low? How long did it take you to earn $50 profit per month?

  • What is a good way of achieving this goal?

Thanks
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Can I bring my computer monitor on an airplane and through customs?


by @rfs45 | 1yr 1 year ago | 5 comments

Hello dearest nomads,
My girlfriend and I are heading to Argentina for three months, we both work remotely and want to bring our monitors with us.
Does anyone have experience regarding if this will trigger concerns with customs, either for taxes (less important) or lack of work permit (more important).
We both work for my own company which is based in US.
Thanks in advance!

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I've got where 8 days to get from Tallinn to London - where should I visit?


in Tallinn, Estonia by @kaizenpreneur | 3yr 2 years ago | 3 comments

Iโ€™m heading to Tallinn next month to pick up my e-residency. Iโ€™ve built some time into my schedule, giving me 8 days or so to get from Tallinn to London for a meeting.

Looking for ideas on what route to take / places to visit or if there any good DN locations on-route.

One of my current ideas is to travel to Stockholm and take the train down to Copenhagen and then potentially the train down to Hamburg before train/fly to London.

But Iโ€™m open to suggestions and happy to fly or train it.

Thanks in advanceโ€ฆ

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How to get around blocked credit card transactions?


by @nomadaccountant | 4yr 3 years ago | 15 comments

it seems like Visa have gotten more tight recently and itโ€™s touch and go whether each transaction will go through. Sometimes it does but often now I am getting declined. The bank knows my locations but in the background Visa seem to be blocking a lot regardless and they are harder to notify. I am using paypal where possible because it doesnโ€™t get blocked, but thatโ€™s only good for a limited number of places.
Anyone else getting worn out by the payment approval games?

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Any DN's working on Blockchain projects


by @simonl | 4yr 3 years ago | 1 comment

Hi,

Just wondering about how possible it is to work on a blockchain project as a DN and if its any different to other types of projects. I have a concept Iโ€™m interested in exploring further but a newbieโ€ฆ

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Is Flying Business Class to Asia Worth it?


by @iamjamesrodgers | 4yr 4 years ago | 10 comments

Flying soon from Toronto YYZ to ICN Seoul so, most likely Asiana but maybe Korean Air.

Read a few of the websites/blog post reviews for both Airlines -Seems nice. First/Suite Class seems a little bit lacking in value proposition for me. But feel like Iโ€™m kind of at a point in life where I want to fly upgraded just to have an experience with it.

But from your experience as a nomad is it really worth doing?
โ€ฆ Maybe Iโ€™ve been home for too long haha.

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Have you been to Santiago de Chile? How was it?


in Santiago, Chile by @andreadardon | 4yr 4 years ago | 6 comments

With my boyfriend weโ€™re on a year long trip and weโ€™re currently in Europe. But weโ€™re thinking about going down to Chile to change environments (and because Schengen).
Weโ€™re both fluent in Spanish, and I am Central American, but Iโ€™d like to know what Chileโ€™s like for digital nomads: internet speeds, coworking spaces, commuting, safety, etc.

Also, how easy/cheap is it to fly to other South American cities?

Any recommendations, stories or thoughts are welcomed :slightly_smiling:

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What do you do once you lost and blocked your credit card?


by @matthieudrula | 4yr 4 years ago | 13 comments

Hi,
Surprised that this thread does not exist.
If you lose and block your only credit card, what are your other options than going home?
Do you have a specific bank that can send you a new card? Aside from that do you have some tips?

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We're starting a coworking and coliving space in India. Can you help us validate it?


in India by @anugrah_sharma | 5yr 4 years ago | 12 comments

We are starting a co-working and co-living space (something like hubud) in Dharamshala, India; I would like to ask couple of questions to validate the concept:-

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  3. Have any advice for us? Do share.

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What countries do you visit?


by @mikepark | 5yr 4 years ago | 7 comments

Iโ€™m planning on going to Brazil first. Ideally I want to live there for at least a year but Visa rules for US citizens only allow 90 days max. So Iโ€™m thinking of going to Thailand and Philippines afterwards. I donโ€™t really want to come back to the US for a whileโ€ฆ
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Which countries do you travel to? do you come back when your visa expires? or do you just go to a different country with a new visa and just keep applying for visas for different countries?

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Can I show an e-ticket on my smartphone instead of printing it?


by @nunoarruda | 5yr 4 years ago | 5 comments

Do you nomads still print your tickets and/or reservation emails? Anyone travelling with everything on your smartphone?

I still see many airlines asking to print tickets or reservation emails for check-in but canโ€™t I just show them on my phone? Did any of you had any problems with not printing stuff and instead showing everything on your smartphone?

Airlines might have different policies I thinkโ€ฆ

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by @neutron | 5yr 4 years ago | 14 comments

Hi,

Just wondering whether any of you travel with high powered PCs while youโ€™re travelling?

Iโ€™m in the middle of buying myself a Mini ITX machine. It will be faster than my current desktop and small enough to fit in my suitcase (hopefully).

Any ideas about how to travel with computer equipment?

Iโ€™m thinking to buy an LCD in the country Im staying in so dont need to travel with that.

Then Iโ€™m thinking I will disassemble the PC before travel and reasssemble when I get there.

Interested to hear if anyone else is going through the same thing.

Cheers

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by @kathrynoh | 5yr 4 years ago | 8 comments

Iโ€™ve been using the Tripit app for all my travel arrangements but donโ€™t really find the interface that intuitive. Iโ€™d much prefer to work with things that are more visual.

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by @skatkov | 5yr 4 years ago | 7 comments

I have this stupid dream of building my own house in a eco-village (yeah, with my own hands). Iโ€™ve seen two villages and found people there very inspirational, they not only told me about their experiences with building eco-house, but they are willing to give me a hand with building one if i plan to move in.

I know itโ€™s not a usual idea for digital nomad to have a house. But group is very diverse - i already meet couple of nomads who have house in eco-villages, but they still keep on travelling with occasional retreat back home. So, maybe you guys have experience visiting those kind of villages? or building your eco-house somewhere outside big cities?

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Can I travel with desktop computer components in my cabin luggage?


by @baia | 5yr 4 years ago | 8 comments

Iโ€™m part of the 0.01% who dislike working on a laptop and require a big fat LCD and desktop keyboard on a huge desk surface, with a large glass of something on the side (you can do that with a laptop too but still).

As Iโ€™m soon moving to a medium town of Peru where modern IT hardware may be hard to get, Iโ€™ll want to bring my main PC components (motherboard/CPU/RAM/HDD/GPU) in my cabin luggage.

Has anyone else in the world done that before and if so are there things to avoid and smart tricks to follow?

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How do you use Facebook and Twitter in China? Due to the firewall blocking them?


in China by @leona | 5yr 4 years ago | 4 comments

Morning guys!
I just landed in Beijing few days ago and a bit freak with my gmail and social media channels, apparently the Google product is blocked (I didnโ€™t know it forehead) so does others- Facebook, Twitter or other product.
My friend told me to use Zenmate but again, I couldnโ€™t enter it.
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I hope you guys could help me with some tips and tricksโ€ฆ :smile:
Thanks a lot!!!

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I'm going to New York City, any digital makers spots to visit?


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Hi, i am going to New York for the first time in my life, but i have only 7 days (one full week starting on Oct 10). Apart of well known tourist spots (The Statue of Liberty, central park, broadway, 7th av etc) i also want somehow to get into digital makers environment to feel the spirit, speed and trends. What would be your suggestions to do / visit there?
May be some co-working places or cafes, exhibitions, lectures, anything?

I would really appreciate any suggestions.

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by @jasonmwomack | 5yr 5 years ago | 27 comments

I am contemplating if attending a full time web dev boot camp is worth it ? My goal is to become an expat or digital nomad , after enhancing my programming knowledge through a web development boot camp . Are they worth the price tag ? If so , which ones are highly notable? All suggestions and thoughts are definitely welcomed!

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Coworking and coliving space in Mallorca. Any ideas how to populate it?


by @matiasbonet | 5yr 5 years ago | 0 comments

We have set a new coworking/coliving space in Mallorca. It is an entire building with two flats on top and the coworking underneath. It is one block from the beach of bahia de palma.

We have room for 5 people in the coliving (3 rooms 1 private and two doubles) we also have space for 10 people at the coworking (50 Mb of internet and waiting for the new fiber to come and upgrade to 300Mb).

We want to keep it this way to make interactions between the local community and the internationals. We have set up a meetup group to do events and searching for new ideas and people to make a unique space.

Any suggestions?
What would you expect as a digital nomad?

If any of you are around Mallorca please come an visit us.
our website is: bedndesk.com

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Advice for computer science major who wants to be nomad


by @jodebane | 6yr 5 years ago | 3 comments

Hello. I am a high school senior in the Northeast USA who will soon be attending college. I have been traveling abroad solo since I was 16, and I have loved every second of it. I am going to major in Computer Science at American University, DC. Itโ€™s not a school thatโ€™s known for Computer Science but I loved the general culture and feel of the campus.

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