I'm determined NOT to get a laptop. They're expensive, break, get stolen, can't be upgraded etc. Do many people take their own PC's? Or would that be a ridiculous amount of hassle?
The way I see it atm, my dad's going to be doing 400-mile round trips six times a year anyway, shifting all my shtuff across the country... Is this what everyone does?
Any ideas? What are YOU doing/planning to do?
I like my PC...
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However, if you want to be an irritating type who works on their computer in the library, (*clickyclickyclickyaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaargh*) then a laptop would be the way to go.
true say though i was in the library the other day and there was someone with a laptop and it was annooooying.
I think I'll have to take my PC, I like it too much...
I'll just take less clothes in the car or something
And fair point Honza lol... where will you be travelling from?
(though I do only work in there stupidly late at night, so there's nobody there to disturb)
Although this was partly because the guy showing us round raved about it for about an hour, he seemed pretty keen on it himself.
I think I read that the library at John's is open 24 hours a day. Does anybody actually use it at like 3 am?
No, not at all. I'm responsible enough to do my work far earlier than that! No rushing work late at night for me, oh no no.
if you live at keynes, you'll love the library. it takes me about 30 seconds to go there, and it's just really convenient. in mich, i couldnt seem to get any work done in my room and spent ages there, but things changed in lent. i can see myself spending a lot of time there in the next few weeks though...