So, somebody has my MacBook (non-pro aluminum, 2009) and iPod Touch (g1). I didn't set the login requirement for any reason (it would only prompt for a password if you install something, like an update) so I'm mildly upset about that (see plus side), and it's running Skype with a stored login. My iPod doesn't have a pin (that was really super annoying, I did that for a few weeks and gave up).
On the plus side this indicates the MacBook won't need to get wiped to get used, so maybe those vacation photos and half finished iPhone App/Game are still out there.
So here's my thoughts:
I didn't install logMeIn though I was going to. I also didn't back it up.
I wish I'd actually installed DynDNS on it instead of my PC.
Skype doesn't start up automatically but it will log in if started.
There's an ssh key on there but all the hosts that have it in authorized_keys no longer do.
The iPod is synced with my PC, but Apple doesn't handle it as it would a stolen iPhone (lock access, and put a message up on the screen).
I want to deauthorize my iTunes account.
I want to send a skype message with a link to something tempting that will silently install something like adeona. But silent installs aren't nicely provided (I know why too) and most installs would need to get my
sudo password entered. Plus it's unlikely to work.
So any ideas, other than being better prepared next time (that would be a different question)? Can you enable the whole .mac thing with "Back to my Mac" with a serial number and without local access (a bit scary)? Doesn't Apple have something they could do besides see if anyone will bring it into an Apple store for installing/wiping (has happened; like tracking iTunes store use, or something)?
PS other items include a Wii and 5-8 games (I didn't even play some yet), a bunch of wrapped Christmas presents I can't ID yet, a PSP, a video camera, a digital camera, an old PSP, a $5 web cam, a $2 microphone, and a backpack to keep it all in.