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  • Re: No NEW Journals - why not?

    [quote user="Phil Gons (Faithlife)"] If engagement in this thread is a proxy for interest in journal resources, it may illustrate one of the challenges we face. About 80 people have participated in the discussion over the last two years, spanning 582 posts and 30 pages. About 20 people have posted more than 5 times. I'm not suggesting there isn't interest
    Posted to General by Nathan Parker on Fri, Oct 26 2018
  • Re: No NEW Journals - why not?

    [quote user="Michael S."] So question to the forum- can someone list the Journals that are most cited in scholarly works? Does this mean that buying the Master Journal Bundle is overkill? When I bought the Master bundle 2.1 in December of 2017, that was my first exposure to journals. I have already benefited from articles in Priscilla Papers, The Southern
    Posted to General by Nathan Parker on Thu, Oct 25 2018
  • Re: No NEW Journals - why not?

    [quote user="Phil Gons (Faithlife)"] Thanks to all of you for your feedback and passion for Logos and journals. We're far from giving up on journals. Costs are our biggest obstacle, and we're exploring some ways to make them more manageable. Journals are especially challenging, because they're dense, long, technical, and require special tagging. Yet
    Posted to General by Nathan Parker on Thu, Oct 25 2018
  • Re: No NEW Journals - why not?

    [quote user="Mark"] Thank you, Phil, for your response. [quote user="Phil Gons (Faithlife)"]We don't have a dedicated team for journals. The team who handles journals is the same team that managing our Community Pricing, Pre-Publication, and Pre-Order programs. This is just one small area that fits into the Logos line of business.[/quote] This is an
    Posted to General by Nathan Parker on Wed, Oct 24 2018
  • Re: No NEW Journals - why not?

    [quote user="Michael S."] [quote user="Nathan Parker"] The tagging/guide access is an OK plus, but honestly, I don't heavily use them with the journals. I've gotten to the point where I run my own custom searches against the journals using the stock Logos search operators (since I was doing that before you offered the tagging/guide access), and I can
    Posted to General by Nathan Parker on Wed, Oct 24 2018
  • Re: No NEW Journals - why not?

    [quote user="Phil Gons (Faithlife)"] [quote user="Nathan Parker"]To expedite the funding/releasing of new journal bundles by FL, offer an all-access subscription service to all back issues of the journals, as well as any new issues that are offered. I know for us who invested in the back issues we've be paying for subscription access to the back issues
    Posted to General by Nathan Parker on Tue, Oct 23 2018
  • Re: No NEW Journals - why not?

    [quote user="Phil Gons (Faithlife)"] [quote user="Mark Smith"]Agreed, but that didn't seem to be the case for Galaxie. What's the difference?[/quote] Cost. Galaxie produced their journals mainly using scripts to convert Word documents into Logos resources. We spend significantly more building and tagging our journals, which is what enables richer functionality
    Posted to General by Nathan Parker on Tue, Oct 23 2018
  • Re: No NEW Journals - why not?

    [quote user="Phil Gons (Faithlife)"] [quote user="John Goodman"] I agree with Kevin... lets have: you buy the back catalogue in a bundle and at $5 a month subscription it always stays up to date with new journals and you own them! That actually approximates close to the cost offered anyway. Logos gains reliable revenue and we gain reliable journals
    Posted to General by Nathan Parker on Tue, Oct 23 2018
  • Re: Sermons of Charles Stanley

    Of the two, Charles Stanley would be the one I would be interested in, due to Dr. Stanley's legacy. The pastor whose sermons I really wanted electronically are Adrian Rogers, and I am thrilled that happened. Dr. Rogers was a brilliant expositor. As for Andy Stanley, it is unfortunately not a one-off. I have seen numerous times in the news where he has
    Posted to Baptist Products by Nathan Parker on Thu, Oct 4 2018
  • Re: FREEORIGINALSEP- NOT WORKING

    Same here. Also, this month's list of books is a little paltry (not trying to complain but just being honest).
    Posted to General by Nathan Parker on Sat, Sep 1 2018
  • Re: Reading Logos Books on a Kindle Device

    [quote user="Denise"] [quote user="Nathan Parker"] It still shows available to purchase on the Amazon website. [/quote] Used. [/quote] They are gone from the website now, so it seems they sold off the remaining used stock.
    Posted to General by Nathan Parker on Thu, Aug 2 2018
  • Re: Reading Logos Books on a Kindle Device

    [quote user="J. Remington Bowling"] I know I recommended that you stick with the iPad app, since you have an iPad Pro, but if you are going to get a Kindle I would suggest you spend a similar amount of time with the Oasis as you did with the Paperwhite, if that’s possible. The larger screen allows you to use a bolder font and larger text size—and
    Posted to General by Nathan Parker on Thu, Aug 2 2018
  • Re: Reading Logos Books on a Kindle Device

    [quote user="Denise"] Correct me, if I'm wrong, but the Voyager is long gone? It remains my favorite, since I'm a skimmer (click next page until a subject of use) and rubberized backing (no slip). My everyday Kindle however is the Oasis, previous version. Literally fits in a guy's shirt pocket, so light and small, and battery backup cover. But the Paperwhite
    Posted to General by Nathan Parker on Wed, Aug 1 2018
  • Re: Reading Logos Books on a Kindle Device

    I had a chance to spend some quality time demoing the latest edition of the Kindle Paperwhite, and here are my thoughts so far... Overall, I'm more impressed with Kindle hardware than I thought I'd be, especially as an Apple fanboy. The E-Ink screen does an excellent job at rendering text on the screen, and there is overall less glare than on a tablet
    Posted to General by Nathan Parker on Wed, Aug 1 2018
  • Re: Mobile Ed Course Content Question

    [quote user="Michael S."] [quote user="Nathan Parker"] I'm sad to report he passed away a while back. He was a wonderful professor and mentor to me. [/quote] That really is sad. I had a couple of classes with him at Luther Rice, and he definitely left an impression on me. I was drawn to his humility and his strength of faith. His testimony was a powerful
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Nathan Parker on Thu, Jul 26 2018
  • Re: Reading Logos Books on a Kindle Device

    Thanks everyone for the continued discussion. It seems overall, the iPad still provides the most robust reading/studying experience, and that I should lean in the direction of remaining to do my reading and studying from my iPad. For the fun of it (especially since I couldn't take advantage of the Prime Day sale, so I'm in no rush to buy anything),
    Posted to General by Nathan Parker on Wed, Jul 18 2018
  • Re: Video Tutorial: How to Send to Kindle after the "Send to Kindle" service is switched off

    Are there any advantages to Mark's method versus exporting to PDF instead?
    Posted to Logos 6 by Nathan Parker on Wed, Jul 18 2018
  • Re: Video Tutorial: How to Send to Kindle after the "Send to Kindle" service is switched off

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] [quote user="Jim Poulsen"] Is there a way to filter the library to only show resources that have not been sent to kindle? Or can we automatically create a collection of not sent-to-kindle resources? [/quote] No, sorry. [/quote] The only thing you could start doing is look at the books you've sent to Kindle, then tag them with
    Posted to Logos 6 by Nathan Parker on Wed, Jul 18 2018
  • Re: Reading Logos Books on a Kindle Device

    [quote user="Bill Anderson"] [quote user="Nathan Parker"] my curiosity is how regular Kindle e-Ink devices stack up against tablets for reading. [/quote] Since you have an iPad Pro (I do, too), let me ask if you feel the strain of the brightness of the screen at all when you read stuff on it. My older eyes can't handle it for very long, so I read on
    Posted to General by Nathan Parker on Tue, Jul 17 2018
  • Re: Reading Logos Books on a Kindle Device

    [quote user="JT (alabama24)"] [quote user="Nathan Parker"]my curiosity is how regular Kindle e-Ink devices stack up against tablets for reading[/quote] I have two meanings for "reading." "Plain" reading (Read a book front to back for enrichment/enjoyment) "Study" reading (Reading for knowledge, taking notes, etc.) I understand that there are overlaps
    Posted to General by Nathan Parker on Tue, Jul 17 2018
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