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  • Re: A Question About Clippings

    Thank you for everyone's input. Just for clarification, I have always thought of Clippings as essentially an electronic 3x5 card suitable for apt quotes, aphorisms, brief illustrations, etc. Although there was/is much overlap with Notes/Notebooks, they do function in a slightly different way. As I see it [ and I make no claims of infallibility] , Notes
    Posted to General by JRS on Fri, Nov 30 2018
  • Re: A Question About Clippings

    [quote user="David Taylor Jr"]You are using the wrong function.[/quote] David, Thanks for your input, but FWIW, I think my use of Clippings, as described above, is exactly what it was designed for - Logos Help says, "A Clippings document stores brief excerpts from a resource in their entirety, and can be annotated like a Notes documents." Regardless
    Posted to General by JRS on Thu, Nov 29 2018
  • A Question About Clippings

    This may be one of those questions which results in a head slap once it is answered, but I have yet to figure it out. Here goes ... When I am reading a book and want to capture, say, an apt quote, I open a new, blank Clipping and then right click on the highlighted quote in order to add it to the new Clipping. I then add a title, tag, and/or notes as
    Posted to General by JRS on Thu, Nov 29 2018
  • Re: Happy Thanksgiving!

    Here is an interesting perspective on Thanksgiving.
    Posted to General by JRS on Thu, Nov 22 2018
  • Delete Unlicensed Resources?

    We used to have to run the command 'Delete Unlicensed Resources' as a matter of housekeeping in order to remove traces of old, temp-licensed resources. Now that L8 is here, is this still necessary? Perhaps it was done away with under L7 and I just never got the memo?
    Posted to General by JRS on Wed, Oct 31 2018
  • OT: Study the Book of Kells for free via Trinity College Dublin Online

    Brief, descriptive article here . Descriptive article from Trinity College Dublin here . Register here .
    Posted to General by JRS on Thu, Sep 13 2018
  • OT: The History of, and an Update on, Reading Charred Scrolls

    FWIW: https://mentalfloss.com/article/540956/science-virtually-unwrapping-charred-scrolls-herculaneum
    Posted to General by JRS on Wed, Sep 12 2018
  • Re: Council of Nicea church found?

    That is very cool! Let's hope they can confirm it. Thanks.
    Posted to General by JRS on Thu, Sep 6 2018
  • Re: Fact Check Preachers, Commentators and Other Bible Interpreters

    [quote user="BillS"]I ... will risk saying why.... by using a "fact-checker" we think we've fulfilled our duty to test the spirit of every teaching to see if it's from God. (loosely paraphrasing 1 Jn 4:1 ). We haven't. ... But it's up to us to choose carefully which we'll teach. To me, that inherently excludes the use of any "fact-checker" ...[/quote
    Posted to General by JRS on Fri, Aug 24 2018
  • Re: Fact Check Preachers, Commentators and Other Bible Interpreters

    Who fact-checks the fact-checkers? [I was going to add a lot to that question to flesh it out, but I think I'll simply let it stand as is.]
    Posted to General by JRS on Thu, Aug 23 2018
  • Re: Logos Staff: A Story to Give you something to think about

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]The difference in our usage is exactly what makes Faithlife's job hellacious.[/quote] Bingo. One-size-fits-all works for stretch clothing, but not so well for software trying to satisfy queries of such a huge and multi-faceted matrix of data to users of varying usage wants/needs. At one end of the usage spectrum are those who
    Posted to General by JRS on Mon, Jul 23 2018
  • Re: Logos Staff: A Story to Give you something to think about

    Hey! Maybe Cortana's distant relative could help ...
    Posted to General by JRS on Sat, Jul 21 2018
  • Re: Is it time for SSD?

    [quote user="Dale E Heath"]my computer (and my wife's) seemed to get slower and slower with age[/quote] In addition to the SSD, you should regularly check what programs/apps are automatically starting with Windows. Many programs/apps run in the background but never tell you that they have set themselves up to do so. After a while, your Windows setup
    Posted to General by JRS on Wed, Jul 18 2018
  • Re: Tablets

    FWIW: I don't know anyone's budget or desired specs for such things but I found this recent article (7/8/18) from Neowin very interesting. I use the Yoga (i.e., convertible) version and can vouch for the speed, versatility, and durability of Lenovo's X1 line. Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet review: It's way better than a Surface Pro
    Posted to General by JRS on Wed, Jul 11 2018
  • Re: What happens with online features if Logos went belly up?

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"] You can do an offline installation using Method 1 at https://wiki.logos.com/Quick_Installation_onto_multiple_computers - this does require a valid backup [/quote] Okay, thanks. I guess I never realized that procedure was there - I've used Method 2 but never really looked at Method 1.
    Posted to General by JRS on Wed, Jun 20 2018
  • Re: What happens with online features if Logos went belly up?

    [quote user="Andrew Batishko (Faithlife)"]It looks like someone also put up a wiki page with a list of the online features: https://wiki.logos.com/Logos_7_Online_Only_Features [/quote] That list doesn't include Installation which would seem to be the 800 lb. gorilla if Logos went "belly up". IOW, as it stands right now, if they did go belly up and your
    Posted to General by JRS on Wed, Jun 20 2018
  • Re: Ryrie's Book: Dispensationalism

    [quote user="Rob Lambert"]... do you have a book which explains or a specific reason why you went away from dispensationalism?[/quote] Hoekema's The Bible and the Future was the 800 lb. gorilla that convinced me the literalistic hermeneutic (some would say hyper -literalistic) of the Dispensationalists is overdone and that biblical interpretation is
    Posted to General by JRS on Tue, Jun 5 2018
  • Re: Faithlife and Logos Bible Software: Here for the long haul!

    Very positive and encouraging statement. Thank you. [quote user="Bob Pritchett"]and we have pretty immediate and direct feedback from the market[/quote] Amazing how Mr. Smith's ideas still work today ( here and here )!
    Posted to General by JRS on Fri, Jun 1 2018
  • Re: OT: Bibleworks ceases operation as of June 15, 2018

    [quote user="Ted Weis"] The closing down of Bibleworks is something I never want to read about for Logos and Faithlife. Though we occasionally complain and bicker about pricing, we want Logos always to remain viable, both for its employees and us as consumers. [/quote] It's interesting that part of BibleWorks stated Company Vision reads as follows:
    Posted to General by JRS on Fri, Jun 1 2018
  • Re: Cuda?

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"] Interesting, as Cuda seems to be restricted to NVidia GPU's!? [/quote] Yes - and it would definitely affect my component choices if I were to decide to build a new desktop computer in the next year.
    Posted to General by JRS on Thu, May 24 2018
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