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  • Re: Classical Studies Titles from Focus Publishing/R. Pullins

    I'm glad to see these are on their way to joining the Logos catalog. A Reading Course in Homeric Greek is especially worthwhile, it's considered one of the best current textbooks for Homeric Greek. While you're negotiating with Focus, and if you'd really like to get the attention of classics students, especially for Latin, the Familia Romana series
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Greg F on Wed, Sep 4 2013
  • Re: Essential Latin Grammar

    Any word on this Mike? I too would love to see this resource in Logos, I was pricing a hard copy just yesterday.
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Greg F on Thu, Aug 29 2013
  • Comparing Greek Commentaries

    Could someone here comment on the advantages or disadvantages of the Expositor's Greek Testament versus the Cambridge Greek Testament for Schools and Colleges ? I picked up a volume of the former set as a free Logos book, and have really come to like it. But due to the vagaries of academic pricing, the Cambridge set is about 20 dollars cheaper for me
    Posted to General by Greg F on Fri, Aug 9 2013
  • Re: Plato & Aristotle in Loeb

    Please add me to those who would like to see Plato and Aristotle in Greek Loeb editions. In fact, I'm kind of surprised they didn't roll these out at the very first: if you're going to promote Noet using Plato and Aristotle, why wouldn't you make the effort to scan and tag the Greek too? I imagine a lot of the target audience for the new offer are people
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Greg F on Tue, Jul 30 2013
  • Re: Old Customize versus New Customize

    Wonderful, thanks Mark! I found the item I'd neglected to purchase, and a nice sales person allowed me to tag it on to my earlier base package purchase at the "Customize" rate.
    Posted to General by Greg F on Fri, May 24 2013
  • Re: Homer (Not Simpson) closes today

    For curiosity's sake, I'm very interested to see the differences between Logos enhanced tagging and Perseus base tagging. I suppose I'll jump back into this CP, just to see the difference. ;)
    Posted to General by Greg F on Fri, May 24 2013
  • Re: Homer (Not Simpson) closes today

    Thanks Mike, I stand corrected. From your earlier post in the other thread: "The major difference, then, is that all Loeb Classical Library volumes that become Logos books will receive standard Logos tagging. As a result, the tagging in Loeb will be better than that in Perseus. Morphogical tagging will be part of that process for the original language
    Posted to General by Greg F on Fri, May 24 2013
  • Re: Homer (Not Simpson) closes today

    Yes, Mike, I had that in mind when I posted. From that other thread: "So the Loeb editions that Logos produces, at least for Greek authors who are arguably Christian or Christian-influenced or who have tie-ins to Christian literature (e.g. Epictetus), the automated tagging will be more on par with that of Justin Martyr (which we've recently auto-tagged
    Posted to General by Greg F on Fri, May 24 2013
  • Old Customize versus New Customize

    Has anyone had any luck talking sales into letting you buy items that were previously listed under the "Customize" button when buying a L5 package/upgrade? As of a month or so, they've stopped offering individual items and are only suggesting the Bundles, which are far less interesting to me. I bought one of my base packages thinking I'd be able to
    Posted to General by Greg F on Fri, May 24 2013
  • Re: Homer (Not Simpson) closes today

    Milford brings up a good point. If you're interested in Homer, you should probably buy Iliad he linked to: completely tagged, with an interlinear, as well as English, French, Spanish and German versions. For Homer, the Logos Perseus collection is only missing the Iliad in Greek. Everything else included in this Loeb edition is already in Perseus (perhaps
    Posted to General by Greg F on Fri, May 24 2013
  • Re: Where's the (Greek and Roman) love?

    Thanks Mark, I appreciate it! For the others, need I mention that the Smith dictionaries, all together, represent about 3,600 pages of very small print? There's a lot of information packed into those three volumes alone. I wonder if dictionaries like these are more expensive to produce than other types of resources, and whether the production prices
    Posted to General by Greg F on Sun, May 19 2013
  • Where's the (Greek and Roman) love?

    Having originally came into the Logos universe a few months ago to access the Perseus texts, I've been surprised by how many non-classical books I've bought (NT Wright, Carson, IVP Reference Collection, etc.). Perseus has become something of a gateway drug for me, and now I've purchased the Verbum Starter and Biblical Language packages (who knew how
    Posted to General by Greg F on Sun, May 19 2013
  • Re: wow... Augustine's confessions

    I'm in for the Latin and the letters. Plus the translations in the ECF always seem a bit antiquated to me.
    Posted to General by Greg F on Mon, Apr 22 2013
  • Re: ISBE 1915 almost there

    I just jumped in at $25 as well.
    Posted to General by Greg F on Sat, Mar 16 2013
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