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  • Re: Why you'd want Loeb's cheap CP on Roman Biographers

    Also, there are a bunch of other Loeb volumes languishing on CP too! The writings of Cicero and Livy come to mind!
    Posted to General by Greg on Thu, Oct 20 2016
  • Re: Starling Book on Hermeneutics

    [quote user="Lew Worthington"] Interesting. And with a Foreword by Peter T. O'Brien. [/quote] Dont you mean someone else?
    Posted to Suggestions by Greg on Fri, Sep 30 2016
  • Re: Viewing Full Title in Favorites List

    Anyone?
    Posted to Logos 7 by Greg on Sat, Sep 17 2016
  • Re: Viewing Full Title in Favorites List

    It would be especially helpful in the mobile app!
    Posted to Logos 7 by Greg on Wed, Sep 14 2016
  • Viewing Full Title in Favorites List

    Is there a way to view the full title of a resource in the Favorites panel? file:///Users/Greg/Desktop/Untitled.tiff Thanks
    Posted to Logos 7 by Greg on Wed, Sep 14 2016
  • Re: Babylon Bee Stings Logos

    This is what happens when Proclaim malfunctions... Our hearts go out to all those affected by this tragedy! http://babylonbee.com/news/worship-band-sliced-pieces-overpowered-laser-lights/
    Posted to General by Greg on Fri, Aug 26 2016
  • Re: Logos 7: What have you bought, and why...?

    Justin or Mark, By any chance could you link to the original explanation for how this works? Any examples so I could understand it a bit better? Interestingly, I purchased a Starter Package to see how it effected prices on larger libraries and the price of my target library actually went up!
    Posted to Logos 7 by Greg on Mon, Aug 22 2016
  • Re: How Will Logos/Faithlife Handle This?

    Faithlife never removed Mark Driscoll's sermons from people's libraries when it was discovered he plagiarized other people's work too, so they probably won't do the same here.
    Posted to General by Greg on Tue, Aug 16 2016
  • Re: Digitizing your non-Logos/Verbum Books with Personal Books

    Chris, For my Opticbook, its a special scanner designed for scanning books. It's scanning glass goes right to the edge, so you can scan each page flat. But you have to do each page by hand. Scan, turn the book over to the next page, then scan again. You can see a demo video below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0b_-DQLGCEU For my Scansnap, its a beast
    Posted to General by Greg on Thu, Aug 4 2016
  • Re: Digitizing your non-Logos/Verbum Books with Personal Books

    Mark, I've got an Optibook 3600 that's served me well over the years. Scanning at 300 DPI takes me about 20 minutes per hundred pages. So yeah, its a time investment, but you do save your book. I've played around with ways to save my book after chopping off the spine, with decent success. I can fold back the covers on paperback books and just cut the
    Posted to General by Greg on Wed, Aug 3 2016
  • Re: Digitizing your non-Logos/Verbum Books with Personal Books

    Hello David, Because the OCR process isn't perfect. If I export to a .docx, I only export the OCR text, errors and all. If I place the text underneath the PDF image, I still have access to my original scan plus the OCR text. ABBYY is maybe 99% accurate, depending on the page. I've tried to go through books and error proof them, but the amount of time
    Posted to General by Greg on Tue, Aug 2 2016
  • Re: Digitizing your non-Logos/Verbum Books with Personal Books

    Chris, Thanks for writing this. I'm doing almost the same thing, but with a slightly different process and end result. I bought a heavy duty paper cutter, a Scansnap scanner, Adobe Acrobat Pro 9, and Abbyy Finereader 11 Pro. So I do the cutting and scanning myself. I keep the end result a PDF though, with the OCR text placed under the image. I did this
    Posted to General by Greg on Tue, Aug 2 2016
  • Re: End of Community Pricing?

    Personally I've cut back on bidding on CP titles just to save money. That, and I've noticed many end up as filler material in new sets with every number release.
    Posted to General by Greg on Mon, Jul 4 2016
  • Re: Open letter to Bob: Please optimize the license transfer process

    Perhaps this is simply one of the costs of going digital over physical. Dealing with licenses rather than true ownership of a physical item introduces a degree of background complexity for the electronic convienance. Maybe it's just something we have to get used to. Or we ask to forego the benefits of Dynamic Pricing.
    Posted to General by Greg on Sun, Jul 3 2016
  • Re: Open letter to Bob: Please optimize the license transfer process

    I came across a person on the Facebook "Logos Resells" page attempting to make a profit off of prepubs released less than 30 days ago. Not directly related to the OP, but he mentioned people usually don't try to profit off of resources. What do y'all think of that?
    Posted to General by Greg on Sun, Jul 3 2016
  • Re: Great Books of the Western World

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]If anyone has the Gateway to the Great Books series and could send me the lists of books in appendix II and III - recommended novels and recommended anthologies of poetry I would greatly appreciate it.[/quote] MJ, Here's a Word file with a rough OCR of the text of the books. The source pictures are included at the bottom if you
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Greg on Sat, Jun 11 2016
  • Re: I Pad Pro 12.9"

    Does everyone know that you can manage your downloads within the Logos desktop app?
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Greg on Tue, Jun 7 2016
  • Re: I Pad Pro 12.9"

    [quote user="Mel Longtin"] I am thinking of buying a I Pad Pro. How much memory do you recommend? 128/256? [/quote] Mel, I just bought one. The 128 GB should be fine for Logos. Its video, music, and media that will take up your space. Will you be putting much of that on your device? Also, consult this website for prices: http://prices.appleinsider.com
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Greg on Mon, Jun 6 2016
  • Re: LGBTQ etc : the New Testament

    DAL and Paul, Matthew 6:14-15 pretty much settles the question of faith and works. Let it never be spoken of again. So back to the book, it looks interesting given its scope. Has there been anything else like it? As always, whatever the book may be or claim, we as Christians can benefit from whatever truth is contained in it despite the conclusions
    Posted to General by Greg on Mon, Jun 6 2016
  • Re: Great Books Reading Plan

    Bran, You may want to take a look at this: https://westerntradition.wordpress.com/2010/12/27/the-master-plan-seven-years-to-read-the-great-books/
    Posted to Logos 6 by Greg on Mon, Jun 6 2016
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