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  • Re: If I had a million dollars (to grow Logos Bible Software)...

    Another thought - and this is my last one unless you engage me as a consultant - if you're looking for a way to market to seminary / bible school students - why not call as many institutions as you care to and get them to tell you the books students are expected to get and then offer them as a bundle / at a discount or some other value added proposition
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Sun, Jan 17 2010
  • Re: If I had a million dollars (to grow Logos Bible Software)...

    One of the biggest trends in software over the past few years has been the efforts different companies have expended to open up at least a portion of their systems to allow the development of a third party marketplace for add-in products. This has developed to the point that one of the metrics being used to judge how good a new smart phone is how many
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Sun, Jan 17 2010
  • Re: Logos 4 should still be in Beta

    [quote user="joseortega"] the "fanboy" postings do not promote the legitimate grievances of clients who are willing to pay premium dollars for a software product many Logos costumers have long and faithfully supported.[/quote] It's hardly a dirty secret that Logos is continuing to develop their engine - as others have said it will only get better over
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jeremy White on Fri, Jan 15 2010
  • Re: 16 more question about L4

    On question 15 you asked about having to pay for any updates - the short answer would be no. In reality, the basic version of the Logos software is actually free - what you pay money for is for the books and other resources you want to include on the platform.
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Fri, Jan 15 2010
  • Re: Compendium of Christian Theology on Community Pricing

    All it would take is an announcement on the blog and some promotion on the boards. I don't doubt that it would mean a lot of people would just bid the minimum so that could have an entry but not expecting that it would actually be enough to purchase the title.But at least they become more aware of what's available and may decide to up their bids for
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Wed, Jan 13 2010
  • Re: Multiple Monitors

    I also have 4 monitors using a Matrox TripleHead2Go running off my Compaq 8710w laptop. Logos runs fine using it. What I like about the Triplehead is it also allows me to run a 3 video projector setup as well. I was thinking out loud about getting another one so I could have a 6 screen setup but that got "vetoed" [:'(]
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jeremy White on Tue, Jan 12 2010
  • Re: Compendium of Christian Theology on Community Pricing

    [quote user="Kevin Becker"]but it seems to lack that extra something to hold user interest.[/quote] How about if your CP bid put you in to a draw to get the title for free
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Tue, Jan 12 2010
  • Re: Compendium of Christian Theology on Community Pricing

    So enough talk - go bid already :]
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Tue, Jan 12 2010
  • Re: Compendium of Christian Theology on Community Pricing

    PS. That's why you're encouraged to bid your top dollar price you're willing to pay. In the above scenario if you are one of those extra 50 people who bids $20 or more to put the book into production then even if you bid $100 you will still get it for $20. It may be that you sooooo want this resource you would be prepared to pay the $100 but then I
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Tue, Jan 12 2010
  • Re: Compendium of Christian Theology on Community Pricing

    The higher bidders are included. So in the $10 / $20 scenario - let's say there are 50 people who have bid $20 or above - that's $1000 (at the $20 level) So now let's assume that an additional 50 people have bid only up to $10. In total that is 100 people who will pay $10 (or more) to get the title published. - but because it's only the $10 level it
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Tue, Jan 12 2010
  • Re: copyright laws?

    Of course, if the content is public domain (copyright expired) then it's very open what you can do with it - although be careful because while parts of a work may be public domain, others might not - for instance any new commentary or translation of the text. KJV would be a good example of this.
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Tue, Jan 12 2010
  • Re: copyright laws?

    It sounds like you're talking about fair use - http://www.copyright.gov/fls/fl102.html With some caveats, like how much of a book or article you're reproducing and for what purpose, it is permissible to distribute copyrighted content within certain limits.
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Tue, Jan 12 2010
  • Re: Compendium of Christian Theology on Community Pricing

    Correct. By bidding $20 you are effectively saying that you would be happy to pay anything up to that limit
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Fri, Jan 8 2010
  • Countdown for community pricing

    I could think of some reasons why Logos would not want to reveal exactly how much the are looking for in pre orders before moving forward with production but would it might help to mention to people or give some rough indication as to how many more bids are needed to put a title "over the edge" The "Bible Studies" by Deissman would be a good example
    Posted to Suggestions by Jeremy White on Tue, Jan 5 2010
  • Re: Bible Studies by Adolf Deissmann

    An considering that " The Commentary of Zacharias Ursinus on the Heidelberg Catechism" just came out of community publishing where you could have bought it for $7 and now is in prepub for $14.95 - Community Pricing is by far the cheapest way to buy individual titles. Hey Logos, how about adding a few more titles into community pricing for consideration
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Mon, Jan 4 2010
  • Re: Community Pricing

    I think the single best way to get people more interested in the Community Pricing section is to significantly increase the titles listed. Because we talking mainly about public domain works (so no licensing issues) and (if I understand the process properly) no actual out of pocket expenses upfront except to have someone calculate how much they need
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jeremy White on Wed, Dec 30 2009
  • Re: Logos 4.0a is now available

    I had this problem with one of my machines - I went to this link https://clientservices.logos.com/update/v1/feed/logos4/stable.xml and manual downloaded and installed the most recent install.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jeremy White on Mon, Dec 28 2009
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