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  • Re: Physical Health of Large Library Holders

    [quote user="James Hiddle"]Playstation and Xbox!!![/quote] James, Come on, my brother, different subject, same lifestyle-- brainwork & some finger movements. Hey, you may be on to something. Suggest to Bob to start a new division at Faithlife. Let the engineers develop Bible Games to be utilized by Playstation and Xbox. It could be preparation for the
    Posted to General by C M on Wed, Jan 6 2016
  • Re: Physical Health of Large Library Holders

    [quote user="alabama24"]Learn to bench press your laptop:[/quote] Funny! On a more serious note: Open the window, drink 64-oz of water (not all at once, but within a day), and then, run in place, duck walk around the room (or down the hall), do sit & push-ups with the Laptop. Let the children and/or the wife join you. They will have so much fun. Oh
    Posted to General by C M on Wed, Jan 6 2016
  • Re: Physical Health of Large Library Holders

    [quote user="Whyndell Grizzard"]do "honey do" list (the most exhausting chore of all).[/quote] Yes, indeed! Especially, if you live on a farm or have a lot of grass to cut. I can see the list: Clean the gutters, rake the leaves, wash the car, fix the fence, replace the curtains, build a tree house, clean the garage, etc. Not complaining, just keeping
    Posted to General by C M on Wed, Jan 6 2016
  • Re: Physical Health of Large Library Holders

    [quote user="Rob"]t could be argued that the larger the library, the less time is needed to search their library and the more time they could spend dealing with their health. Could FaithLife market its use as a health benefit? I doubt it.[/quote] I agree, FaithLife "couldn't market its software as a "health benefit." Having a large library, saving time
    Posted to General by C M on Wed, Jan 6 2016
  • Re: Physical Health of Large Library Holders

    [quote user="George Somsel"]Get a dog and walk it regularly (not just to the nearest tree or bush).[/quote] George, I guess this could help when it comes to meditating upon what was studied. One may find a change of pace and focus, except for the pick-up after the dog (city ordinance).
    Posted to General by C M on Wed, Jan 6 2016
  • Re: Physical Health of Large Library Holders

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] 4428.LifeSpan-Fitness-Standing-Desk-Treadmill-TR800-DT3-LPS1036.html [/quote] Thanks, MJ, What a novel idea? Having your cake, eating it, reading and exercising too. Maybe, Bob should work out the pricing and include the treadmill and table for the new purchasers of the Collector's Edition.
    Posted to General by C M on Wed, Jan 6 2016
  • Physical Health of Large Library Holders

    Large Library Users, After investing so much money into the Logos Bible Software System, one is inclined to use it. How does one do so and remain healthy? What can one do to get the most out of the system and yet, maintain optimum health; that is, physically and mentally? Last year’s thread on Book-a-holics made some references to this topic, but not
    Posted to General by C M on Tue, Jan 5 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    [quote user="Bob Pritchett"]Today we laid off a number of team members here at Faithlife.[/quote] A few (laid-off employees) for the whole (Company/customers). I trusted they were duly warned and letters of references are prepared for each upon request. What a way to start a new year (2016)? I guess no time, is a good time, to be laid-off. Mainly, at
    Posted to General by C M on Tue, Jan 5 2016
  • Re: Mark Barnes joins the 10k club!

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"]You're all too kind .[/quote]Mark, I want to thank you for your willingness for helping, so many, for so long, and with so many things. You have shown a Christian spirit consistently even to those whom you may have disagreed with, even those "other christians" have labelled as to be avoided. You are not only generous with your
    Posted to General by C M on Thu, Dec 10 2015
  • Re: Faithlife Financially: "What condition is your condition is in?"

    [quote user="Bruce Dunning"]I didn't think that was the case Don. I have been carefully reading all of the posts in this thread and thought you put a lot of time and effort in yours. I didn't think deleting your points was necessary as it clearly expressed your position and I was interested in what the response would be. It certainly wasn't alienating
    Posted to General by C M on Sun, Nov 29 2015
  • Re: Faithlife Financially: "What condition is your condition is in?"

    [quote user="Kent"]I don't understand this. In what way are you looking to "come aboard?" [/quote] Fear not, I am not coming to take anything, from anybody. Nor am I seeking to invade any space where I don’t belong. The short answer to question is in the passage you quoted above: “It pays (always) for one to do his or her homework before investing heavily
    Posted to General by C M on Thu, Nov 26 2015
  • Re: Faithlife Financially: "What condition is your condition is in?"

    Bob, Thank you for going beyond the requirements of your responsibilities to respond to your customer's concerns. You have fulfilled once again that your are attentive and responsive to inquiring minds. Your detailed remarks and future directions are most helpful and almost inspirational. The CEO of a private company (Faithlife Corp) and your willingness
    Posted to General by C M on Thu, Nov 26 2015
  • Re: Faithlife Financially: "What condition is your condition is in?"

    [quote user="Dan Francis"]You misunderstood me or I was very unclear, I have nothing against an IPO, although it may change the course of the company greatly, especially if Bob held back anything less than 51%. I also am not too sure how the fickle markets would respond to Faithlife. An IPO may be a wonderful thing or a horrible thing. I honestly have
    Posted to General by C M on Thu, Nov 26 2015
  • Re: What are you thankful for this year?

    On this day of Thanksgivings in America, I want to express my gratitude to Bob, the CEO of Faithlife Corp for the growth and development of the Logos product. Bob, I know it took vision and insight to include the various denominational packages. I know you took a lot of heat over the years for doing so. Thank you for your boldness and determination
    Posted to General by C M on Thu, Nov 26 2015
  • Re: Urgent Information Needed

    [quote user="abondservant"]A number of people have asked for this sort of ala carte style base package, and while I don't speak for Faithlife, I'd be surprised to see it happen. [/quote] You never know what the future holds. Like you, I, too, can't speak for Bob or Faithlife, but a businessman that's attentive to the times, the bottomline, the voices
    Posted to General by C M on Thu, Nov 26 2015
  • Re: Urgent Information Needed

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"] No you can't "build your own package". I expect one of the reasons behind this is that publishers need to agree to some of the bundling that takes place. If you want to put together something like this I would recommend contacting someone in the Sales, outlining what you are trying to do and see how they can help you [
    Posted to General by C M on Thu, Nov 26 2015
  • Re: Urgent Information Needed

    [quote user="John Goodman"] [quote user="Greg Corbin"]Even if I had bought the Collector's package, I still would not have had the Word Biblical Commentaries or the NICOT/NICNT set or the Tyndale commentaries. Those are generally considered to be three of the best commentary resources for pastors. In addition, I would not have had the two best Bible
    Posted to General by C M on Thu, Nov 26 2015
  • Re: Sell me Logos 7 today!

    [quote user="John Goodman"] As the original poster I'm satisfied that Faithlife has listened and considered my request... I didn't intend to start such a long thread but I guess it struck a chord... I'm still grateful for the software and library, which I find very helpful. Happy Thanksgiving all! [/quote] John, No apologies needed. You raise the right
    Posted to Suggestions by C M on Thu, Nov 26 2015
  • Re: Sell me Logos 7 today!

    [quote user="Yasmin Stephen"] [quote user="Fredc"] All I want for Christmas is for this thread to end. [/quote] You and me both. (You'd think I'd stop reading it though .. [/quote] It looks like someone is headed for a "Blue Christmas."
    Posted to Suggestions by C M on Thu, Nov 26 2015
  • Re: Faithlife Financially: "What condition is your condition is in?"

    [quote user="Bruce Dunning"]I hope that the above has answered your questions which have also been addressed a number of times over the years. F[/quote] Thanks for your insights. Each year brings new challenges. Besides, It good to hear what we know to be so. Children and wives like to hear "I love you" not that anything has changed--Just a re-affirmation
    Posted to General by C M on Thu, Nov 26 2015
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