Logos 5 is alive!
I honestly did not expect a new version of Logos to come out anytime soon, but I was pleasantly surprised to learn that a new version was set to launch on Nov. 1. Recently I was contacted by a representative of the company to do an advanced product review. After using [...]
The Qumran Biblical Dead Sea Scrolls Database (henceforth referred to as BDSS) finally arrived on Friday (March 11). After much delay and a few setbacks, I am now in possession of this important resource. As many of my readers will know, the Dead Sea Scrolls represent some of the oldest known textual witnesses to the [...]
Since winning an iPad in November, I have been trying to figure out different applications for my new gadget. I am not enamored with the iPad’s ability to create large amounts of content (my laptop is still my work-horse), but I do enjoy using it as a reader. So far my reading habits have been [...]
After much anticipation, Logos is about to finally release their Qumran Biblical Dead Sea Scrolls Database. From what I understand, the release date for this product was pushed back several times over the last year. However, it is now official – Logos has confirmed a ship date of 2/16/11. I ordered this on pre-publication last [...]
My wife and I recently treated ourselves to a couple of iPhones (of the 3gs variety). These are the first smart-phones we have owned, and I can’t imagine life without them now. I never really thought that I needed a piece of technology quite like this, but then Logos had to go out and make [...]
Does anyone know of a vocab card program for Biblical Aramiac that can be put on an iPhone (preferably keyed to John’s grammar)? I really don’t want to make paper ones this semester.
After recently reading a testimonial post by the Bruce Lee of Biblical Hebrew, I decided that I would dig through my blog archives and re-post something that I wrote last year (in June to be exact). A reason for this re-post is that I have quadrupled my readership since writing that post, and I would [...]
Logos has just officially rolled out their newest version — 4.0! Go here for more specifics.
I have consistently used Logos Bible software for close to 15yrs now. In fact, my first edition of Logos came on something that looked like this. Over many years, Logos’ software has become more robust as they have been able [...]
Thigpen, J. Michael, and David M. Hoffeditz. iVocab Biblical Hebrew 2.0: Vocabulary for Eight Beginning Grammars. Kregel Academic & Professional. 2008.
As readers of this blog are most likely aware, I am concerned with vocabulary acquisition, especially as it relates to Classical Hebrew. Therefore, I am glad the fine people at Kregel have given me an [...]
As many of you know, I am a huge fan of the free program, Zotero. I have tried to get any and every academic I know to use this program. For those of you who are not in the know, Zotero can eliminate world hunger. Actually that last bit was a lie, but Zotero has [...]