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  • Re: Book Encryption-loaning out to friends

    The potential for abuse is probably a good reason to have a loan feature. I don't think copy and pasting whole portions of books is good either. Personally, I know when I copy and paste from websites some large paragraphs that it slows down my computer and sometimes freezes up my Word application. Besides, the main subject matter is in regards to loaning
    Posted to Suggestions by St. Columcille on Sun, Aug 2 2015
  • Re: Book Encryption-loaning out to friends

    It would not be practical either to give your own device to another, even if the device is the cheapest on the market. Since the application would be open with your account, they may have access and that could technically be harsh with people's credit cards on the account to purchase upgrades and prepub or community pricing items. I would not recommend
    Posted to Suggestions by St. Columcille on Sat, Aug 1 2015
  • Re: Book Encryption-loaning out to friends

    To be fair, I don't think publisher's have a say in it. How are they to enforce loaning out books when people buy a hard back or soft cover book? Can publisher's dictate that we cannot give our physical books to libraries or charitable organizations? The same should apply to digital ownership. At present, digital ownership on a technical scale has not
    Posted to Suggestions by St. Columcille on Sat, Aug 1 2015
  • Re: Book Encryption-loaning out to friends

    Also the links you show are posts much older than 2012. Does not seem to be anything updated on the issue at least with that link you provided. I raise another issue that would be tied to loaning in a way and that has to do with beneficiaries. The loaning would have to precede the use of allocating resources upon an account holder's death since the
    Posted to Suggestions by St. Columcille on Sat, Aug 1 2015
  • Re: Book Encryption-loaning out to friends

    Thank you. Is it something the leadership in Logos.com is seriously considering? I know coding language is pretty complex. My using C#.NET and creating my own applications is fairly intense working out both syntax and logic errors. Add encryption and working with Information System security issues would be almost as much a larger hurdle. Hackers would
    Posted to Suggestions by St. Columcille on Sat, Aug 1 2015
  • Book Encryption-loaning out to friends

    One of the reasons people buy physical books is the ability to read them in hand. Now everyone might use a tablet or mobile phone, even the PC, to read digital books at their own leisure. However, one of the other assets of a physical book is the ability to loan them out to a friend. At the current level, account holders are able to download their books
    Posted to Suggestions by St. Columcille on Sat, Aug 1 2015
  • Prayer Lists-How to order the lists?

    I am finding that the prayer lists are fast becoming my most favorite feature in the Logos platform. However, the prayer lists seem to be listed in the order that they are initially created. Sometimes I have other categories that take on higher precedence. Is there a way to change the order of these lists? For instance, if I created a prayer list specifically
    Posted to Faithlife Groups / Faithlife.com by St. Columcille on Tue, Nov 25 2014
  • Re: Is there going to be a future feature to play video in logos software?

    I would say that a video and audio updated to the core would be something offered in the future. As technology increases and the cost reduced to support such an infrastructure, it might be a feasible option. I can imagine the SDLC would be a nightmare. I'm thinking to make such a leap could be possible in under 15 years from now. I think the hardware
    Posted to General by St. Columcille on Wed, Nov 7 2012
  • Re: Is there going to be a future feature to play video in logos software?

    I am not the type to usually pay for monthly services. I may like the convenience of cloud computing, but think there are disadvantages to it. I am not sure that it is a bandwagon moment that will continue to maintain traction in and up to 10 years from now. If there is a monthly payment fee and I lose my job, then I would have to cut the service. Whereas
    Posted to General by St. Columcille on Wed, Nov 7 2012
  • Is there going to be a future feature to play video in logos software?

    Maybe I am behind on the times or perhaps just pondering. However, I know there are several video presentations for logos. What I would like to see is the ability to watch videos and crop some elements to be able to make an overall presentation with the logos software. I feel that having a set like a video clip would enhance presentations. I am sure
    Posted to General by St. Columcille on Wed, Nov 7 2012
  • Re: Ronald Knox's Translation of the Vulgate

    I just incidentally got an email from another catholic vendor that was selling a new publishing of the Knox translation. I purchased an old copy from Alibris. While I like a hard copy of a book in my hands, I am starting to use my logos now less for study resources and more for reading sine there is an upsurge of Catholic works being produced. It takes
    Posted to Suggestions by St. Columcille on Tue, Oct 23 2012
  • Re: Imitation of Christ as a homepage devotional

    I doubt that you are troublemakers. Logos has the potential to be a great ecumenical outlet, with allowing the users to do their own research and make up their own minds. To start and limit and cut off the Catholic userbase would be somewhat contrary to John Milton's advice in his tract titled "Aeropagetica." The more a Christian has in his resource
    Posted to Suggestions by St. Columcille on Mon, Apr 25 2011
  • Re: Imitation of Christ as a homepage devotional

    I suppose I'd have to create my own reading plan based on the above book. But I am afraid that if someone starts the reading plan from the beginning of Jan 1 on say today's date, that what they would get is not in keeping with the suggested Catholic calendar. I only use a yearly reading plan, but don't know much about how to go about it.
    Posted to Suggestions by St. Columcille on Wed, Apr 20 2011
  • Imitation of Christ as a homepage devotional

    I have a few "Imitation of Christ" books on my shelf, and some have particular dates that correspond to the Catholic calendar. Since the book is already within the LDLS, it would be great if it could be upgraded to reflect as a devotional on the homepage. For instance, it lists in the "Table of Chapters" from pages 534 under the title "Methodical and
    Posted to Suggestions by St. Columcille on Tue, Apr 12 2011
  • Re: Changing devotionals on homepage?

    Steve Clark, Thank you the wiki page you gave provided me what I needed. I had to press F5 to get it after I prioritized it. I prioritized it, and was wondering why it had not changed. I guess you have to complete all the steps, it is not automatic. Thanks you.
    Posted to Logos 4 by St. Columcille on Thu, Mar 24 2011
  • Changing devotionals on homepage?

    I was wondering how to change the "Utmost For His Highest" within opening up the homepage to another devotional title such as "Butler's Lives of the Saints." The only thing I can see regarding customizing is either having the devotional or not having one, don't see how to change the devotional to another. Don't see anything in layout either to make
    Posted to Logos 4 by St. Columcille on Thu, Mar 24 2011
  • Re: Android

    I hope it is soon, Ipad is just to expensive right now. If the apps can be more like Ipad than Iphone (so I can access my whole library), I'd get the Andriod app with say Barnes and Noble's notepad or some other Andriod operated system. So my question is, if Logos does come out with Android, will its features be more like the iphone or the ipad?
    Posted to Suggestions by St. Columcille on Fri, Feb 25 2011
  • Re: Oxford Companion to Classical Literature

    I'd agree, but I am uncertain as to the cost. The lastest revision is in 2009 edited by Dinah Birch is priced near 120 dollars. The older versions seems to be in paperback a lot cheaper now due to the updated information in this last edition. I'd probably pay no more than 10 dollars for the older versions on electronic format since I can purchase on
    Posted to Suggestions by St. Columcille on Fri, Feb 25 2011
  • Works of Fulton Sheen...

    Would like to see some of Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen's works. "God and Intelligence in Modern Philosophy" "Philosophy of Science" "Life is Worth Living Series 1-5" Anything from him might be great. I am just putting it out there.
    Posted to Suggestions by St. Columcille on Fri, Feb 25 2011
  • Re: Catholic Resources

    I have the Summa Theologica from the Logos, and I do not believe this is the cited word within the CCC 460. However, it does seem almost verbatum of St. Athanasius says. The Summa Theologica on Logos does not link the CXXVIII Sermon on the Birth of Our Lord, and I am having problems looking for it on the NPNF series. Here is Aquinas: "Fifthly, with
    Posted to Suggestions by St. Columcille on Mon, Feb 14 2011
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