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  • Re: Aristotle is so close!

    Yes, you're missing the morphological tagging. :) Logos always seems to drop the ball on the Loeb volumes for some reason when they first come out: these problems eventually get fixed once the users start to complain. A few of the volumes are correctly tagged, but it would appear that the majority are not. Logos needs to fix it.
    Posted to General by Greg F on Tue, Aug 28 2018
  • Very good Mediterranean archeology MOOC course

    The Sapienza University of Rome has just released a free MOOC entitled " At the Origins of the Mediterranean Civilization: Archaeology of the City from the Levant to the West - 3rd-1st millennium BC ". I've gone through the first two weeks and find it rather wonderful. Anyone interested in Mediterranean history, archeology, etc. would do well to check
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Greg F on Wed, May 16 2018
  • Re: Why do Books Open in Right Half by Default

    I'd pay (a little) money to have this be a setting. Opening on the right is very annoying.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Greg F on Mon, May 14 2018
  • Re: What happened to the Bristol Classics Culture and History Bundle?

    The bundle you refer to doesn't include any of the classical material from the packages formerly known as the Bristol Classics bundle. They've effectively disappeared from the Logos ecosystem.
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Greg F on Sun, May 6 2018
  • Re: Robert Beekes, Etymological Dictionary

    And here is another scholarly review: http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2018/2018-03-46.html I'm excited to have it in my Logos library.
    Posted to General by Greg F on Wed, Mar 28 2018
  • Re: Oxford Classical Dictionary?

    They had the somewhat abridged version on pre-pub for a few years, but it never got close to being in production. It was cut a few months ago. So I wouldn't hold my breath for the Oxford Classical Dictionary (though I would buy it in a heartbeat)..
    Posted to General by Greg F on Mon, Mar 26 2018
  • Re: Aristotle is so close!

    I should add that I think these volumes are a steal at only 60 dollars (I've been in at $100 for many years). Almost all of Aristotle in Greek and English: priceless. :)
    Posted to General by Greg F on Wed, Mar 14 2018
  • Re: Aristotle is so close!

    To answer Bruce's question: They're Loeb volumes, meaning that you get both the Greek and the English texts. This makes them useful for word studies. The Great Books only have English translations. They're morphologically tagged by an automatic process by Logos, meaning most words have grammar tags and a gloss in English. The free Perseus volumes are
    Posted to General by Greg F on Wed, Mar 14 2018
  • Re: Logos.com Product Page errors - post them here

    https://noet.com/programs/pre-pub They're all wrong. Poor Noet. :(
    Posted to Logos.com by Greg F on Thu, Mar 8 2018
  • Re: The Commentators Bible: Genesis (Miqra’ot Gedolot)

    Yes! I was very surprised when I purchased this resource on pre-pub and finally downloaded it that Genesis wasn't included. Why not?
    Posted to Suggestions by Greg F on Mon, Mar 5 2018
  • Re: Link Greek text to Lexion

    For some reason this has never been a priority for Faithlife (or the Android team?). I suppose it must be difficult to implement, technically, and so they've decided not to do so. But yes, it would be an obvious improvement to have direct access to our dictionaries on the mobile device rather than having to go through an online Bible Word Search. It
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Greg F on Tue, Jan 16 2018
  • Re: What happened to the Bristol Classics Culture and History Bundle?

    It's been about a year since these disappeared, are they ever coming back? I'm glad I bought all of them when I did, but I'd love to tell my friends who are interested in classics studies that they can find such resources on Logos.
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Greg F on Tue, Jan 2 2018
  • Re: Regnery Publishing

    Right-wing claptrap. Not in my library, thanks. :)
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Greg F on Fri, Oct 13 2017
  • Re: What happened to all the OpenRoad books?

    Given that the last update to the Noet blog was back in April 2016 and the pre-pub page has been hopelessly out of date for over a year , I think we can safely assume that Noet is either dead or deeply hibernating. (Although ebooks.noet.com is intriguing, did they ever make an official announcement?)
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Greg F on Sun, Feb 12 2017
  • Re: Read the Great Books of the Western World (February update)

    For February and March we'll be reading the plays of Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides and Aristophanes. Check the GB Challenge group for a complete schedule: THE PLAYS OF AESCHYLUS THE SUPPLIANT MAIDENS THE PERSIANS SEVEN AGAINST THEBES PROMETHEUS BOUND AGAMEMNON THE LIBATION BEARERS THE EUMENIDES THE PLAYS OF SOPHOCLES OEDIPUS THE KING OEDIPUS AT COLONUS
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Greg F on Mon, Jan 30 2017
  • Read the Great Books of the Western World (February update)

    Hello all, There are a few of us who are attempting to read through the Great Books of the Western World over the course of the next several years. We're finishing up with the Iliad and the Odyssey this month, and will be turning to Greek tragedies over the next two months (February and March). In an effort to get more people to join this fascinating
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Greg F on Mon, Jan 30 2017
  • What happened to the Bristol Classics Culture and History Bundle?

    Where did all the many resources (179+ volumes) in the Bristol/Bloomsbury Classics bundle go? They were kind of the backbone of Noet's humanities offerings: collections on Plato, Aristotle, Aristophanes, Tacitus, Herodotus, etc. Now I can't find them sold anywhere on either logos.com or noet.com. What a shame. :(
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Greg F on Fri, Jan 6 2017
  • Re: Joint the Great Books Challenge reading group

    Great idea, I would be very happy to participate. I've asked to join the Faithlife Group. I'm excited to start putting the GBWW to use! One question: are you planning on making a Logos reading plan for these books?
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Greg F on Mon, Jan 2 2017
  • Re: Why you'd want Loeb's cheap CP on Roman Biographers

    An extract of Encyclopedia Britannica Noet Edition's article on Suetonius: Most of Suetonius’ writings were antiquarian, dealing with such subjects as Greek pastimes, the history of Roman spectacles and shows, oaths and imprecations and their origins, terminology of clothing, well-known courtesans, physical defects, and the growth of the civil
    Posted to General by Greg F on Thu, Oct 20 2016
  • Re: Archaeology of Rome CP - Is it worth it?

    Nine volumes and close to three thousand pages on the history and architecture of one of the most important cities in Christianity, and probably the single most important classical site of antiquity? For 56 bucks? Count me in. :)
    Posted to General by Greg F on Thu, Oct 20 2016
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