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  • Re: FAITHLIFE IS MORE LIKE A BUSINESS

    I think the syllogism is inaccurate and, when taken to an extreme, can leave the uncharitable impression that FL is entirely mercenary in its ethos and aim. It would be more accurate to assert that FL provides a product and/or service, for which it charges a fee. Doing so, in turn, enables FL to fulfill its stated mission, which many of its longtime
    Posted to General by Dan Lioy, Ph.D. on Wed, Dec 30 2020
  • Re: FAITHLIFE IS MORE LIKE A BUSINESS

    To which specific “forum readers” is the original poster referring? No one is identified. The supposed equivalency between Faithlife as a business and Jesus as an itinerant first century AD rabbi is misleading and false. Jesus’ mission on earth was to redeem lost humanity. Faithlife’s corporate mission is “use technology
    Posted to General by Dan Lioy, Ph.D. on Wed, Dec 30 2020
  • Re: M1 Mac Chip Compatibility

    Making inferences, whether concerning Apple or FL (or both), are just that, *inferences*. Rhetorically, there is no hard-and-fast expectation of being accurate, especially since, by definition, making inferences presumes a measure of speculation, and insisting on accuracy is unrealistic. Otherwise, all sorts of speculative statements, opinions, conjectures
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Dan Lioy, Ph.D. on Sat, Nov 28 2020
  • Re: M1 Mac Chip Compatibility

    Please read through the earlier postings on this thread. That’s the context for my previous statement. As for my most recent link to the article in question, which I recommend you reread again *carefully*, it says the following: “Apple ended the support for OG Rosetta only after 3 years of its release " (emphasis added). So, one potentially
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Dan Lioy, Ph.D. on Sat, Nov 28 2020
  • Re: M1 Mac Chip Compatibility

    https://medium.com/nerdtastic/macos-big-sur-the-new-rosetta-2-282df45eca11
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Dan Lioy, Ph.D. on Sat, Nov 28 2020
  • Re: M1 Mac Chip Compatibility

    Apple’s commitment to supporting Rosetta 2 seems significantly shorter than the 4–6 year developmental timeline for Logos running natively on Apple Silicon delineated by Phil @ Faithlife. If so, that could prove to be a considerable logistical challenge.
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Dan Lioy, Ph.D. on Sat, Nov 28 2020
  • Re: M1 Mac Chip Compatibility

    Matthew, thank you for sharing your observations about how Logos is running on your M1 MBA under Rosetta 2. This is the sort of user experience I’m keen to know more about from other users of Logos on Apple Silicon computers. And I concur that it is rather disconcerting that Logos has not even yet begun to port their product to run natively on
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Dan Lioy, Ph.D. on Thu, Nov 26 2020
  • Re: Logos and the MacBook Air M1, compared to a maxed out 2019 MacBook Pro 16"

    For those debating between the 13” MBP w/ 8 gigs vs. 16 gigs of RAM, the following video comparison is informative: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PP1_4wek4nI
    Posted to General by Dan Lioy, Ph.D. on Mon, Nov 23 2020
  • Re: Logos and the MacBook Air M1, compared to a maxed out 2019 MacBook Pro 16"

    This review on Forbes might offer some insight: https://www.forbes.com/sites/patrickmoorhead/2020/11/21/apple-macbook-pro-13-m1-reviewwhy-you-might-want-to-pass/?sh=5846ecf0786a
    Posted to General by Dan Lioy, Ph.D. on Sat, Nov 21 2020
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