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  • Re: Logos Now and Faithlife Connect: The Why

    [quote user="Matthew Cillo"] [quote user="Greg Masone"]Thats just the cost of digital.[/quote] No, it isn't. There are other companies besides VMWare and Adobe. There are successful companies that provide free products: GitLab, Nextcloud, Owncloud, RedHat (provides Fedora), Cannonical (provides Ubuntu), FreeNAS, Valve (provides Steam), and numerous
    Posted to Logos Now by Greg Masone on Fri, Feb 23 2018
  • Re: Logos Now and Faithlife Connect: The Why

    [quote user="Bootjack"] You'll notice I scurffed my question to you, Greg. Just before I got your reply, I posted it.Then I realized you beat me to the draw and answered it. Anyway, now you've just given me reason to lay my head on the pillow with ease and not fearing of having a stroke. I see what you're saying now. Thanks for the clarification. [
    Posted to Logos Now by Greg Masone on Fri, Feb 23 2018
  • Re: Logos Now and Faithlife Connect: The Why

    [quote user="Joe Mayden"]Could someone answer that question?[/quote] Joe, Only Logos can answer that question. But based off of previous updates, that $200 credit probably won't cover anything other than the most basic upgrade package if even that. It certainly won't cover Logos 8 Gold Reformed, at least for most users. (But due to Dynamic Pricing,
    Posted to Logos Now by Greg Masone on Fri, Feb 23 2018
  • Re: Logos Now and Faithlife Connect: The Why

    [quote user="Bootjack"]What scares me in this post as in your previous one, is it seems to be saying, if we don't pay for the engine in the next release, our Logos 6 or Logos 7 is not going to kick into gear (work).Surely I am reading this wrong. I know I need sleep and I'm hoping I am not reading this correctly. :-) [/quote] Sorry for not explaining
    Posted to Logos Now by Greg Masone on Fri, Feb 23 2018
  • Re: Logos Now and Faithlife Connect: The Why

    [quote user="Sean"]FaithLife isn't going to start charging for engine updates.[/quote] Bob responded to me a few pages back and said its not off the table.
    Posted to Logos Now by Greg Masone on Fri, Feb 23 2018
  • Re: Logos Now and Faithlife Connect: The Why

    [quote user="Bootjack"]Are you saying then, amongst other things, there should be no free engine but that it should be paid for? [/quote] Yep. Either that or give us free software inundated with advertisements. So with that said, if book revenue isn't paying the bills any more, and subscription services have failed in the past (and will probably do
    Posted to Logos Now by Greg Masone on Fri, Feb 23 2018
  • Re: Logos Now and Faithlife Connect: The Why

    [quote user="Keith Pang"]So glad you’re making all the decisions for Logos [/quote] I'm not, but as a long-time customer with $23K invested in Logos, I'm telling them what I would be interested in supporting.
    Posted to Logos Now by Greg Masone on Fri, Feb 23 2018
  • Re: Logos Now and Faithlife Connect: The Why

    [quote user="Keith Pang"] You can still create a free engine without features without making people pay when people invest thousands of dollars. Not a good suggestion [/quote] Maybe as an incredibly barebones solution, ala Kindle software where you basically just read it and thats it. But even then pay for it. Logos isn't a billion dollar company that
    Posted to Logos Now by Greg Masone on Fri, Feb 23 2018
  • Re: Logos Now and Faithlife Connect: The Why

    [quote user="Keith Pang"] No not pay for each upgrade that’s not something anyone will buy into [/quote] Sure they will if they want to maintain access to their resources on new hardware and operating systems. That's the hidden cost and danger of going digital. There are more barriers to consumption that physical books don't have. We shouldn't expect
    Posted to Logos Now by Greg Masone on Fri, Feb 23 2018
  • Re: Logos Now and Faithlife Connect: The Why

    [quote user="Bootjack"]Logos engine needs to purchased with each upgrade??? And I thought I was going to have a nice quiet seizure before. Unless I am misunderstanding this, maybe someone should delete this right off the forum. The rest needs not any comment.[/quote] Hi Boot, No, you heard me right. Just like almost every other piece of software out
    Posted to Logos Now by Greg Masone on Fri, Feb 23 2018
  • Re: Logos Now and Faithlife Connect: The Why

    [quote user="Ruurd Offringa"] I've been thinking about what other model would work for both FL and the customers, and I understand the need and desire to go towards a subscription model. I think you can successfully do this with just tweaking and reprioritising what you already have. [/quote] The problem with all this, and this goes for Logos' implementation
    Posted to Logos Now by Greg Masone on Fri, Feb 23 2018
  • Re: Logos Now and Faithlife Connect: The Why

    [quote user="JT (alabama24)"]so give me an example. L8 would cost...???[/quote] I don't know. That's ups to the needs of Logos to ultimately determine. But for me the sweet spot is $75-$150 or so, depending on the feature set and how the upgrade makes my life easier.
    Posted to Logos Now by Greg Masone on Fri, Feb 23 2018
  • Re: Logos Now and Faithlife Connect: The Why

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"]They can’t do that b cause they spent 15 years saying (or at least strongly implying) that the software was free, you just pay for the books. Many people who’ve invested hundreds or thousands of dollars would be horrified if they had to pay for software upgrades to keep using Logos when the ‘old‘ version
    Posted to Logos Now by Greg Masone on Fri, Feb 23 2018
  • Re: Logos Now and Faithlife Connect: The Why

    Here's my "street cred" for Logos: Since 2004, spent $23K on resources and upgrades. Here's my take on things: I hate all software subscription models, and prefer owning the software. Aside from not seeing the value in Logos Now, and being highly confused about the benefits, I never subscribed. I have no intention of subscribing to anything new in the
    Posted to Logos Now by Greg Masone on Fri, Feb 23 2018
  • Re: Suggestion please - classic reading list

    The Great Books Reader by John Mark Reynolds would be a good one to work through. It'll include all the Christian classics across the last two thousand years, along with a multitude from the Western Canon too. I have it in Logos so its somewhere on the website. The Great Books of the Western World set, which is also available in Logos, would be a phenomenal
    Posted to General by Greg Masone on Sat, Feb 3 2018
  • Re: Christmas 2006 - Library Builders 1-3

    Looks like I bought it December 2006.
    Posted to General by Greg Masone on Mon, Oct 23 2017
  • Re: Christmas 2006 - Library Builders 1-3

    Charlene, See if that works for you. I think that’s the 2006 version, but Im not completely sure.
    Posted to General by Greg Masone on Mon, Oct 23 2017
  • Re: Christmas 2006 - Library Builders 1-3

    4628.Library Builder.xlsx
    Posted to General by Greg Masone on Mon, Oct 23 2017
  • Re: Augustine - The New City Press Edition

    I would happily buy this whole set!
    Posted to General by Greg Masone on Sun, May 28 2017
  • Re: IVP Spectrum and Zondervan Counterpoints

    I wouldn't bother with either. The Catechism of the Catholic Church is sufficient enough. It's not our job to decide which doctrines are true.
    Posted to General by Greg Masone on Wed, Apr 12 2017
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