So, as you all know, Christmas is coming up, and of course, we all get gifts fro Christmas, right? Well, I was wondering if I got a laptop for Christmas, then would I be able to use that for my projects instead of using the class's one? That way it will provide more laptops for other people right? Although, do you think that if I were to get a Macbook Pro or something, then I would probably have to get Final Cut Pro… ? How much does that cost? Anyways, if you could tell me, that'd be great.. But, I am also getting to use my Aunty's T2i, and so then I could use that for the class and then there will be more cameras for the class to use! Hooray!! So that benefits both me, and the class! Unless Mr. M wants me to use his equipment… I just thought that it would benefit the class and expand the use of equipment for everyone. You know, kind of help out a little bit. I was still wondering if we were ever going to get more laptops, like Mr. M said at the Oahu Media camp. That ways everyone will be able to have their own laptop when they want to. That may not happen for a long time more, since we need to be able to raise money for it and all. Oh!! Another thing I was wondering was if we won like a prize for the STN Challenge, since we won first and third. I'm so happy that all of our work paid off, for both our's and the boy's group! Congratulations by the way! Well, I kind of like the way Waianae has their equipment thing set up, like you have this little room where you check out equipment and stuff, because it seems more professional and "business" like, you know? Like, Mr. M was saying how he liked that set up as well, and he kind of got some ideas for our media room as well! I can't wait until I'm in like High School and then I come back and he has it set up in like a totally different way with computers for everyone and stuff… I'm probably going to be like, Aww.. but at least the class is getting better and better and the students have more opportunities! Right now, let's just appreciate the equipment that we do have and cherish it while it lasts! Thanks Mr. M for all that equipment by the way!