What an interesting story. I never thought to airgap machines like that, I suppose it would be useful. I wonder what additional security was on it. I assume an encrypted drive, password protected document, super complex log in password, some kind of remote wipe feature. Would like to hear more on it from this guy and other writers. I’ve had a few books published but obviously nothing on the scale of a Star Wars movie. What’s with people complaining about the film? I really enjoyed it, as did my wife and our kids. I’ve been a fan of the series since I was a kid and my wife a bit, but mostly she jumped on board with Episode VII due to its inclusive and diverse cast and characters. When I first came out of the theatre I thought perhaps I preferred the rollercoaster of VII and the meaningfulness of Rogue One. But after hours of talking it over and thinking more and more on it it has rapidly become my favourite in the series. Cannot wait to get it on 4K BluRay and watch it on loop. --- Post Merged, Jan 13, 2018 --- “But I wanna go to Toshi Statiooonnn” I wonder if there was any hardware considerations to make it airgapped. Of course ones first thought is WiFi was turned off. But I wonder if they deleted the WiFi driver or completely disabled it as one can do on Windows. I wonder if it also involved activating a firewall to block everything out. Was bluetooth also disabled? I’m sure they were paranoid over it. As I say would love to hear more about their process. —- I recently bought a 13” MBP, one with a touch bar, to write my next book. I’ve gotta say writing on a PowerBook was so great back in the day. It felt much nicer than any other keyboard I used at the time. And now the butterfly keyboard on the MBP also makes it such a joy to write on. I didn’t expect the touchbar to be so useful too but the command shortcuts on it actually do come in handy.