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  • Re: Logos March Madness

    [quote user="Dan DeVilder"]where did you unearth this? social networking? I haven't seen it on reg Logos sites. Just 6 days away, too![/quote] The first announcement I saw was on Twitter @Logos
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Tue, Mar 9 2010
  • Re: I must be a loser!

    In the meantime some much newer titles have surged ahead! "The Gospel Mystery of Santification" was only added last week and is already above 80% at $8. I don't know whether that's an indication of the leanings of the entire Logos userbase or just the most active ones - or maybe the ones looking for a cheap deal :) I should point out that both titles
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Tue, Mar 9 2010
  • Re: What are your uservoice strategies?

    Sorry, just another thought. It's interesting to me to look at the missing features road map and compare it the items that have so far received the most votes and it would seem Logos is already pretty good and knowing what is most important to the most number of its users. So kudos to them.
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Wed, Mar 3 2010
  • Re: What are your uservoice strategies?

    [quote user="Keith Larson"]I think this is missing the whole point of this exercise. It is not for us to tell Logos all the things we would like, but what we believe is most important to us.[/quote] I understand what you are saying, and I agree that we shouldn't be trying to game the system - but when I look at some of the options available for voting
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Wed, Mar 3 2010
  • Re: Community Pricing Report

    Thank you all for your kind words - one of the things I like to do is analyze and crunch numbers (as my wife would say "you're such a geek" - at which point I remind her " and you're married to one") and another thing I like to do is communicate knowledge to empower people to make better decisions - so doing this report thingy encompasses both :) Your
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Wed, Mar 3 2010
  • What are your uservoice strategies?

    If you don't already know - Logos has recently started a new experiment in obtaining customer feedback - check it out at http://logos.uservoice.com/ You only have 10 votes and you can only allocate a maximum of 3 votes per option - so I'm curious about how people are bidding. My current theory is that the leading options are already getting plenty of
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Tue, Mar 2 2010
  • Re: Old Libronix books

    I beleive it does - if not you can get it here http://www.logos.com/support/downloads/ldls I'm sure you're aware that Libronix can do some things that are not currently possible in Logos4 so if you wanted your entire library (well almost) available on that platform - you can have them both on your system simultaneously with no problem then check out
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jeremy White on Tue, Mar 2 2010
  • Re: Old Libronix books

    As I understand it - You need to to install it in Libronix first - then sync licenses - then it will also download into Logos4
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jeremy White on Tue, Mar 2 2010
  • Re: Community Pricing Report

    [quote user="Dan DeVilder"]Jeremy, how on earth can you tell the percentage increase of bidders? [/quote] I kept my data from the first report and then compared. What it doesn't tell me though is how many people that represents. The one piece of information that is not provided is the actual amount that Logos is looking to raise. For obvious reasons
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Mon, Mar 1 2010
  • Re: Community Pricing Report

    [quote user="Floyd Johnson"]I note that the price of the Compendium of Christian Theology has now dropped to $10[/quote] That certainly is the most popular bid and as long as more bidders come in it looks like that will be what it goes for (or less!) - the $14 figure is based on the number of *current* bidders without taking into account any additional
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Mon, Mar 1 2010
  • Re: George Mueller rising! Great Deal!

    [quote user="Philip Spitzer"] I just upped my bid to $24. I wonder what would happen if all of us $18 bidders went to $24? I bet once it passes the threshold it will get back down to at least $21. [/quote] If you could persuade bidders sitting on $15 and $18 to raise their bids to $21 then that would be enough
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Mon, Mar 1 2010
  • Community Pricing Report

    In January, I created a Community Pricing Forecast Report http://community.logos.com/forums/t/10089.aspx and I promised I would do again in a months time. Well, February has just finished so here it is. http://www.logos.com/communitypricing Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE There has been a lot of activity on the Community Pricing page
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Mon, Mar 1 2010
  • Re: Community Pricing and Gathering Interest

    I should mention too that there is no reason why CP couldn't be used to gauge interest in titles that are not public domain - all Logos needs to do is make sure that the lowest price available to click on equals the royalty negotiated with the publisher plus some margin to go towards production. For example, let's say they have to pay a fixed royalty
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Tue, Feb 23 2010
  • Re: Community Pricing and Gathering Interest

    Up til now I think Community Pricing has been a bit of a disappointment for Logos. I recall a recent post (from Bob?) mentioning how they're always kind of mystified when something moves from CP into pre-pub and then all of a sudden they get a surge of orders at the higher price. I'm sure they don't mind taking the extra money (because theoretically
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Tue, Feb 23 2010
  • Re: Load software onto second computer?

    You might find this helpful : http://wiki.logos.com/Quick_Installation_onto_multiple_computers Otherwise, the long way is just to put the DVD in the new computer and let it install and then get the updates.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jeremy White on Sat, Feb 20 2010
  • Re: Community Pricing: The Atonement: In Its Relationship to the Covenant, the Priesthood, the Intercession of Our Lord

    [quote user="Jonathan West"]The graph suggests that even at $4 the book is 80% paid for (and at $5 it's 99% paid for). Looks like if about 3 or 4 people raise their bid from $4 to $5 it will go for $5!!! In fact if the graph is accurate, the same number of people have bid $4 and $5! So it needs a very small percentage of $2 to $4 bidders to raise to
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Wed, Feb 17 2010
  • Re: Pastoral Ministry and Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Mark A. Smith"]Something like this would give me easier access to resources I might have. I'd also be grateful for references to resources I don't have but Logos publishes.[/quote] Would reading lists fulfill a function like this?
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Wed, Feb 17 2010
  • Re: Community Pricing: The Atonement: In Its Relationship to the Covenant, the Priesthood, the Intercession of Our Lord

    [quote user="JimVanSchoonhoven"]Those new bidders could just bid at 5 dollars, to get it down to the 5 dollar level, they would only need to bid at six dollars if they wanted to be sure they got the resource.[/quote] That's correct. If $5 really is as much as they would be prepared to pay then they should only bid that and be aware that they may miss
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Wed, Feb 17 2010
  • Re: Pastoral Ministry and Logos Bible Software

    Richard, I don't think it is so much finding the resources that is the issue - it's more "now what" - how can I include this as part of my day to day ministry - I spend a fair amount of time in this piece of software anyway - how can I get even more use out of it. I also would be interested in what other people are doing with this. One of the things
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Wed, Feb 17 2010
  • Re: Community Pricing: The Atonement: In Its Relationship to the Covenant, the Priesthood, the Intercession of Our Lord

    Roughly another 25 -30 new bidders at $6 would put it down to $5 - from the graph it looks like most underbidders have already raised their bid so we need some new entrants if it's going to move any further.
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Wed, Feb 17 2010
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