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  • Re: Logos putting 'new content' on Community Pricing!

    [quote user="David Carter"] Wow it should be down to $20 by this evening I should think. More like this pretty please [/quote] If only we had until evening in Bellingham, WA. The CP goes into Pre-Pub in about 1.5 hours from now, which then means price bids stop. Therefore, if you are on the fence about this one, a decision must be made soon. I'm looking
    Posted to General by David Bailey on Thu, Aug 1 2013
  • Re: Encyclopedia of Ancient Christianity

    John, Thank you for mentioning this and for the link. I'm very excited about this resource and do hope, as others have said, Logos can offer this as a pre-pub and that we customers can push this to production. It should be ready by the time Logos releases its next major software product. The more ancient Christianity and early church reference products
    Posted to General by David Bailey on Thu, Aug 1 2013
  • Display Bug: Passage Analysis

    Looking at the Passage Analysis, I noticed for Morph River and Version River, the number for the last verse within a range of verses is not shown. Using the example below, the verses 1 thru 11 are numbered, but verse the number for verse 12 (although implied) is not displayed. The pop-ups do show the texts: This display bug may also exist in Logos 4
    Posted to Logos 5 by David Bailey on Wed, Jul 31 2013
  • Re: Plato & Aristotle in Loeb

    [quote user="George Somsel"]You get to sleep for an hour. [/quote] If I were as young as you, George, I might be able to survive that schedule. . . . . . . . . . ...or not.
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by David Bailey on Tue, Jul 30 2013
  • Re: Which one of these Collections Rules is Better?

    That makes sense. It's always good to have another set of eyes to look at those rules. I've corrected my rule and they work much better, thanks to you and Todd.
    Posted to General by David Bailey on Tue, Jul 30 2013
  • Re: Plato & Aristotle in Loeb

    [quote user="Butters"]However, you can learn Greek! Lots of peeps like me are eager to help too![/quote] I've always wanted a liberal (arts) education. Gone are the days when the study of men (edit: and women) consisted of theology, mathematics, engineering, and the Western classics. Learning Greek is an option, but unfortunately, I'm not able to invest
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by David Bailey on Tue, Jul 30 2013
  • Re: Plato & Aristotle in Loeb

    [quote user="Mike Grigoni"]Also, it's good to know that there's interest in Lattimore's translations of Homer. I'll see what can be done.[/quote] thank you Mike.
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by David Bailey on Tue, Jul 30 2013
  • Re: Which one of these Collections Rules is Better?

    Based on Mark's initial rule, when I add "n.t. john" to my rule, I don't pick up NPF 1.7 (Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers 1.7: St. Augustin: Homilies on the Gospel of John, Homilies on the First Epistle of John, Soliloquies). Rule: (type:"bible commentary",monograph)(title:"gospel of john","thru the bible mcgee", subject:"N.T. John")-(subject:revelation
    Posted to General by David Bailey on Tue, Jul 30 2013
  • Re: Which one of these Collections Rules is Better?

    [quote user="Todd Phillips"]the rule insufficient for works that cover both the Gospel and the Letter(s) of John.[/quote] Good point Todd. Thanks for the modification.
    Posted to General by David Bailey on Tue, Jul 30 2013
  • Re: Which one of these Collections Rules is Better?

    [quote user="Doc B"]I wrote a collection rule to find resources in my library on the Gospel of John[/quote] I'm currently using this rule for John's Gospel: ((type:"bible commentary",monograph);(communitytag:john, title:john,"gospel of john","thru the bible mcgee", subject:john))-(title:apocalypse,"1, 2, 3","1-3","1 john","2 john","3 john","letters
    Posted to General by David Bailey on Tue, Jul 30 2013
  • Re: Which one of these Collections Rules is Better?

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"]The second one is mine, so that's better .[/quote] LOL
    Posted to General by David Bailey on Tue, Jul 30 2013
  • Re: Interesting repercussions for Logos?

    If the NSA snoops around the Logos cloud, I hope they find nuggets of gold from God's Word. Our government our leaders needs Him.
    Posted to General by David Bailey on Tue, Jul 30 2013
  • Re: Difference Between "New" and "Updated" Books on Home Page?

    Hmm. Based on how some use the rating system, if enough Logosaholics - I mean customers - rate the resources arbitrarily by default, would not this skew the average community ratings that are shown? I think Logos should address the need to show updated resources versus new purchases - perhaps using a different color or bold texts? Maybe I don't understand
    Posted to Logos 5 by David Bailey on Tue, Jul 30 2013
  • Re: Plato & Aristotle in Loeb

    [quote user="Butters"]The translation that most scholars prefer is the Lattimore translation[/quote] Since I neither read nor speak Greek, I'd say to Logos company, bring Richmond Lattimore's modern translations of Homer, The Odyssey and The Illiad , into its inventory!
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by David Bailey on Tue, Jul 30 2013
  • Re: Plato & Aristotle in Loeb

    [quote user="Butters"]Well, in my opinion the best way into the Classics is via Homer.[/quote] Homer is an excellent choice. I do want Homers' writings in digital format. My favorite English version as a child was by Robert Fitzgerald, and I think this is still my preferred translation. I've not read any other versions in English, therefore, can't make
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by David Bailey on Tue, Jul 30 2013
  • Re: Rate your RECENT purchases???

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"]I acquired Augustine's Confessions back with L2 Level 4, many many years ago. So it's hardly a "recent" purchase.[/quote] They probably meant to say,"Rate ALL of your purchases" starting with the earliest ones found in their accounting system. Or, perhaps the company figured that, since to the Logos, a thousand years is a
    Posted to Logos.com by David Bailey on Tue, Jul 30 2013
  • Re: Method to Read Plato

    I took a look at Archive.org. Indeed, it is difficult to find this Reader's Guide. I used my friend Google instead and found it in a few seconds, using "Harvard Classics 15 minutes a day reading guide"
    Posted to General by David Bailey on Sun, Jul 28 2013
  • Re: Method to Read Plato

    [quote user="Super Tramp"] I prefer following Hutchins & Adler's order. Topical studies lend themselves better to memory than rote chronologies. I know the Harvard Classics has a Reader's Guide called "15 Minutes a Day." It is not included in the Logos set. I downloaded the PDF from Archive.org but I prefer the Great Books suggestions. [/quote] ST,
    Posted to General by David Bailey on Sun, Jul 28 2013
  • Method to Read Plato

    For those who want to read some Plato , the following dialogues are considered his earliest and in chronological order: Charmides Lysis Laches Protagoras Euthydemus Cratylus Phaedrus Ion Symposium Meno Euthyphro Apology Crito Phaedo Gorgias You can read them chronologically if you choose. Looking through some notes I have, the editors of the Great Books
    Posted to General by David Bailey on Sun, Jul 28 2013
  • Re: Logos putting 'new content' on Community Pricing!

    [quote user="Don Brundige"] Bruce, I have read all of the guidelines, and do not believe I have violated any of them . You seem quite pretentious with your attitude, like you own this forum. I guess your thoughts are more important than anyone else's ... What's the point of a forum if only your opinion matters? [/quote] Don, I have read some of your
    Posted to General by David Bailey on Sat, Jul 27 2013
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