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  • Re: Anyone notice that OneNote is now free?

    Think I'm giving up on it for now, too many bugs. One minute it is working fine with local notebooks, the next minute it's complaining that it doesn't do that. Sometimes notebooks open with no visible text displayed (have to restart the program). Seems like it needs a little more polishing...
    Posted to General by Paul Golder on Tue, Mar 25 2014
  • Re: Anyone notice that OneNote is now free?

    OK, standing confused. All of a sudden it will no longer let me create local notebooks. Something is off here...
    Posted to General by Paul Golder on Tue, Mar 25 2014
  • Re: Anyone notice that OneNote is now free?

    Did notice one little bug though. Have a program running a script, building several notebooks on this computer ( never had MS Office on this computer ), and it keeps balking at each step " This version of OneNote only allows notebook creation in onedrive ". All this while the program is creating local files. Must be a bit of leftover code from the
    Posted to General by Paul Golder on Tue, Mar 25 2014
  • Re: Anyone notice that OneNote is now free?

    I guess it isn't the whole shebang, but... MS Quote: " For Office 365 and Office 2013 customers, we have premium features like SharePoint support, version history, Outlook integration and so on, but all the core OneNote application capabilities are available in the free version. " OneNote now on Mac, free everywhere, and service powered
    Posted to General by Paul Golder on Tue, Mar 25 2014
  • Re: Anyone notice that OneNote is now free?

    Technically, p remium features, like SharePoint support and Outlook integration still require Office purchase, but the full desktop version of OneNote 2013, (including local storage of notebooks) is now free.
    Posted to General by Paul Golder on Tue, Mar 25 2014
  • Re: Anyone notice that OneNote is now free?

    Nope, it's the whole shebang: Microsoft's OneNote goes completely free, launches for Macs
    Posted to General by Paul Golder on Tue, Mar 25 2014
  • Anyone notice that OneNote is now free?

    Apparently MS is giving away the full version of OneNote for both Mac and Windows. http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/onenote/
    Posted to General by Paul Golder on Tue, Mar 25 2014
  • Re: Spiros Zodhiates Not avilable on my iPad?

    Other possibility: since the author's passing, there may be revisions in progress, and new negotiations are slated for that release. Two birds, one stone, as it were...
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Paul Golder on Mon, Mar 24 2014
  • Re: Spiros Zodhiates Not avilable on my iPad?

    [quote user="alabama24"]Logos doesn't list it as mobile enabled ... But the publisher must agree. [/quote] I've been meaning to inquire with Logos about this. I wonder, given that it is available on pretty much every other competitors mobile platform, why not Logos? Seems odd...
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Paul Golder on Mon, Mar 24 2014
  • Re: Is there a possibility that Logos may release Logos 6 this year?

    Lo·gos (lō′gōs′, lŏg′ŏs′) n. 1. Philosophy a. In pre-Socratic philosophy, the principle governing the cosmos, the source of this principle, or human reasoning about the cosmos. b. Among the Sophists, the topics of rational argument or the arguments themselves. c. In Stoicism, the active, material, rational principle of the cosmos; nous. Identified with
    Posted to General by Paul Golder on Fri, Mar 21 2014
  • Re: Very Disappointed by Today's e-mail Offer from Logos

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Paul Golder"]Logos makes money, and the university and professors get their kickback from Logos.[/quote] For this statement to have a truth value of true, you need to add the qualifier "sometimes". [/quote] I would think the lack of the determiner "all" fully implied the qualifier "sometimes".
    Posted to General by Paul Golder on Thu, Mar 20 2014
  • Re: Is there a possibility that Logos may release Logos 6 this year?

    It's somewhat easy to tell. If you look around for those who are normally on the secret alpha/beta test team, they start posting a lot less within a few months before a major version release.
    Posted to General by Paul Golder on Thu, Mar 20 2014
  • Re: Very Disappointed by Today's e-mail Offer from Logos

    [quote user="David Medina"]I hope you can substantiate your accusation with proof.[/quote] Not an accusation, just common practice in academic publishing. As well, a reasonable explanation for the price of widely available public domain books that gain no advantage in Logos/Noet. A quick internet search will confirm likewise.
    Posted to General by Paul Golder on Thu, Mar 20 2014
  • Re: Very Disappointed by Today's e-mail Offer from Logos

    [quote user="tom"] [quote user="Paul Golder"]professors get their kickback from Logos[/quote]which is highly unethical. [/quote] That's a hard one to quantify. I mean it's standard quid pro quo in university settings, and budgeted into the operations. Granted, it's a hidden fee for students, but one that has been in place for quite some time.
    Posted to General by Paul Golder on Wed, Mar 19 2014
  • Re: Hastings A Dictionary of the Bible (5 vols.)

    It looks a bit like " We can make this for less, but you're going to pay $6.00... "
    Posted to General by Paul Golder on Wed, Mar 19 2014
  • Re: Very Disappointed by Today's e-mail Offer from Logos

    [quote user="toughski"]What is the advantage of having them in Logos (as opposed to Kindle?) [/quote] When you make your $10,000 deposit to attend university, and the class syllabus states "Students must use the Noet app, and purchase the following works..." Logos makes money, and the university and professors get their kickback from Logos.
    Posted to General by Paul Golder on Wed, Mar 19 2014
  • Re: Logos is making paper books... really!

    Funny that... High Definition Commentary: Philippians [Kindle Edition] Steven Runge (Author) Be the first to review this item Print List Price: $29.95 Kindle Price: $2.99 You Save: $26.96 (90%) High Definition Commentary: Philippians by Runge, Steven E. Lexham Press 2011 Runs on Windows , Mac and mobile . Your Price $24.95
    Posted to General by Paul Golder on Sun, Mar 16 2014
  • Re: Most popular Bible version

    Make fun if you want, but God clearly spoke in 17th century English to Charlton Heston, long before the Scriptures were formed.
    Posted to General by Paul Golder on Thu, Mar 13 2014
  • Re: I know this a question on Theology But.

    [quote user="Lee Garrison"]I was asked today If Jesus became sin for the unbeliever did he have to be forgiven to enter Heaven?[/quote] A question of this depth requires some study and induction. That being said, this type of methodical hermeneutics takes a bit of education that isn't readily available in a searchable manner. A good primer, inclusive
    Posted to General by Paul Golder on Thu, Mar 13 2014
  • Re: Personal Books Saved to Cloud?

    [quote user="alabama24"]"Soon" is a relative term. [/quote] I'm sure it won't be long. It will only be half a decade come November...
    Posted to General by Paul Golder on Sat, Mar 1 2014
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