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  • Re: Does a Windows or a Mac system wear the HDD/SSD less?

    I've used Windows XP with Word 2002 the most. Then I switched directly to Windows 7 Word 2010 version and it seems to have improved grammar-check, but I think there's still room for improvement.[quote user="Dan Francis"]as late as MS OFFICE in 2000 the mac was declared to be better than the windows, I can not say lately what I have found is OFFICE feels
    Posted to Logos 4 by Unix on Sat, Jul 21 2012
  • Re: Does a Windows or a Mac system wear the HDD/SSD less?

    Yes, that's correct, I would use the browser much less: most of the time I won't have internet.[quote user="Mike Binks"]It seems that you have decided that 'Word' and 'Logos' are your two main programs.[/quote]Isn't there a difference?[quote user="Mike Binks"]Logos is good on either the Mac OS or Windows.[/quote]My use of Word is not so advanced that
    Posted to Logos 4 by Unix on Sat, Jul 21 2012
  • Does a Windows or a Mac system wear the HDD/SSD less?

    Normal 0 21 false false false SV X-NONE X-NONE As I saw the other day that Word is cheaper for Mac than for Windows, I started to think of Mac as an alternative: soon I will have no computer. I would like purchase, when I afford to during the autumn, a computer at a low price for taking notes during sermons, which lasts long and can be upgraded to L5
    Posted to Logos 4 by Unix on Fri, Jul 20 2012
  • Re: John Huss Collection closing in hours!

    Succeeded ~ 2 hours before midnight a day before closing.[quote user="David J. Wilson"]VERY close to going for $15 ......... [/quote]
    Posted to General by Unix on Fri, Jul 20 2012
  • Re: Tremper Longman's Job Commentary

    I'm not going to buy Tremper Longman in Baker. What I'm looking forward to is Job by Michael Coogan in Hermeneia.
    Posted to Suggestions by Unix on Thu, Jul 19 2012
  • Re: Reformed theology, Logos, and the rest of us.

    I would expect 3 things: That they improve the Essential Reference Bundle - for example throw out some dated works on Church History and lessen the amount of Bible dictionaries. I don't think this particular bundle fools anyone - the total price is a bit above what most people want to invest in Logos, and many of the authors are not all that reputable
    Posted to General by Unix on Wed, Jul 18 2012
  • Re: GOD’S WORD Translation --- Apocrypha, The: The Deuterocanonical Books of the Old Testament

    - I would very much like to have GNB-CE with Deuterocanonicals. But I don't want GW. I've suggested this before: http://community.logos.com/forums/p/48720/360814.aspx#360814 I don't have an iPad: can't afford & I would have no use for such since I need a real keyboard and I want to write a lot and fast. (For the time being I avoid using the internet
    Posted to Suggestions by Unix on Mon, Jul 16 2012
  • Re: First purchase on Dead Sea Scroll Bible

    Interesting![quote user="DMB"]As I understand it, broad support now exists for the proposal that the essenes may have altered the massorete texts.[/quote]To various degrees! Some of the changes coming from the DSS have started to be implemented only at a late stage. And many Bible versions rely mainly on the 1977 Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartiensis and
    Posted to General by Unix on Thu, Jul 12 2012
  • Re: Notes - Bob P. and MJ agree???

    That's big news! I hope those negotiations with Logos succeed
    Posted to Logos 4 by Unix on Thu, Jul 12 2012
  • Re: Why I decided to take the Hermeneia/Continental Commentary Deal

    Are You pleased with focusing so much on different commentaries instead of other resource types? I have a hunch that my purchases are going to split up approximately like this (this includes both printed matter and Bible software) over the years: ⅜ commentaries ⅝ other resources, of which: ⅓ the English text (without any introductions), Gk & Hebrew
    Posted to General by Unix on Thu, Jul 12 2012
  • Re: Why I decided to take the Hermeneia/Continental Commentary Deal

    Yeah, that's impossible to do over here, I've looked it up.[quote user="Joseph Turner"]I just sell them through Amazon.com as a used seller.[/quote]
    Posted to General by Unix on Thu, Jul 12 2012
  • Re: Why I decided to take the Hermeneia/Continental Commentary Deal

    Well good that You can sell Your Enoch volume 1 print copy! I have a paper copy of Mt 8-20 but I don't think I'll sell it if I buy the Hermeneia Continental -commentaries, it's an important volume (I can show that about Mt 11:27 from it to people), and it's quite hard to sell books over here, I would probably never get it sold anyway or get extremely
    Posted to General by Unix on Thu, Jul 12 2012
  • Re: Hermeneia/Continental Commentaries at 50% off

    I changed my mind about how many titles I find interesting, as You can see in: http://community.logos.com/forums/p/51759/381511.aspx#381511 There isn't as many interesting items as 7,322 pages in the OT and 10,004 pages in the Bible (and I think the Ignatius of Antioch -volume is no good). I'm still negotiating with a sales rep about saving on my orders
    Posted to General by Unix on Thu, Jul 12 2012
  • Re: Convince me: Hermeneia/Continental Commentaries

    I did a new calculation, dropping many volumes from the interesting ones, and the interesting items would cost $445 as printed matter, including postage, that would be 4294 pages, averaging ¢10½ a page. Regarding the rest of the volumes, I might have some use for the Ps -titles - but I still might buy the Berit Olam -volume as printed matter in addition
    Posted to General by Unix on Thu, Jul 12 2012
  • Re: Convince me: Hermeneia/Continental Commentaries

    I wrote today at 9:58 AM: [quote user="Unix"]Instead I thought of this item: the 2011 Oxford Encyclopedia of the Books of the Bible , it's newer than Hermeneia, which is an advantage, [...] [/quote]... now I received an email from the seller (surprisingly late in the evening) that the order has been processed, so I don't know whether I can still cancel
    Posted to General by Unix on Wed, Jul 11 2012
  • Re: Convince me: Hermeneia/Continental Commentaries

    Yeah, I noticed that, but do I have to do that separately with each resource, is it not possible to download them as a bundle?
    Posted to General by Unix on Wed, Jul 11 2012
  • Re: Convince me: Hermeneia/Continental Commentaries

    Kindle doesn't seem to sell that many bundles, so CCEL seems less expensive, although still too expensive so I don't think I'll buy it
    Posted to General by Unix on Wed, Jul 11 2012
  • Re: Convince me: Hermeneia/Continental Commentaries

    Well, there is no optical fibre in this house even though there's a lot of apartments and this is a densely populated quarter of the town. Only options are flat-fee ADSL via the phone copper line (expensive) or flat-fee cellular internet broadband (expensive), unless You want an old fashioned modem (I have a desk-phone line).[quote user="Evan Boardman
    Posted to General by Unix on Wed, Jul 11 2012
  • Re: Convince me: Hermeneia/Continental Commentaries

    http://www.ccel.org/ccel/calvin/commentaries.i.html is a bit interesting. Although I wouldn't pay $39 for the download. I have the Catholic Foundations Library, so I allready have Catena Aurea (I used a coupon-code for the Library and got -15% off). Soon I won't have free internet anymore. Internet is pretty expensive in the house I live in. I don't
    Posted to General by Unix on Wed, Jul 11 2012
  • Re: Convince me: Hermeneia/Continental Commentaries

    I have to deal manually with Logos in order to set up my bankcard details because I live abroad (CVV is needed). That gives the convenience of a couple of extra days to think so that I don't make decisions in a haste (they don't seem to be responding especially quickly to my email). I think I'm cancelling the Hermenia -order, especially if I don't get
    Posted to General by Unix on Wed, Jul 11 2012
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