I have no problem at all with mixy-matchy. On thinking about it, I should be getting a big smelly payday at the end of this month - think like three months worth in one xD - so my budget might swell a fair bit. Then again, this is the prime season for Manchester vintage fairs, so it may in fact buckle and collapse entirely in the name of to-die-for skirts and monster-killer jackets
...sorry, got distracted.
The stuff I'm going to be running is nothing too shmancy - internet, word documents, MSN and Skype, nothing else especially magnifico. Then again, I really, REALLY don't like having to buy new stuff - I'm not one of these to upgrade if I can help it - and I'd really like to do some music stuff on it later on, maybe some arty things as well. The main thing is that I tend to do everything at once (right now I'm streaming a video, on the Box, on MSN and Skype, downloading some stuff onto my MP3 player and typing a bunch of stuff up, though I don't think any of that takes up a big amount of... whatever it is that running things take up).
@Lucy - I don't think I'd need to take it with me - I fucking hate typing, I really only do it so people can read it, so if I'm making notes it'll be on paper. Same as if I'm revising or researching things - books, pen and paper ftw.
Also, OH MY GOD STOP ALL WRITING NEW REPLIES WHEN I'M TRYING TO WRITE A POST!! xD
@Johnny! - I'll be studying theology. I think apps means what I said already. But I dunno. What's an app? I thought an app was like one of those things that you use on other people's iPhones to make pictures of them look like they're fat.