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  • 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
  • Re: Poor Customer Service & Technical support

    Alfred you are not alone in your frustrations - you may appreciate reading this blog post from Bob Prichett, one of the Logos co-founders http://www.bobpritchett.com/blog/2010/01/on_failing_our_customers.html
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Mon, Feb 15 2010
  • Re: Pre-pub: The Works of the Rev. Henry Scougal

    [quote user="P. Keith Larson"] I really think it will be easier to get 100 to 150 people who are committed to always biding the maximum than it will be to get 1000 to always bid the minimum. [/quote] You very well could be right. Either way, I think we're all in agreement that the more we can do to encourage participation the greater the mutual benefit
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Sat, Feb 13 2010
  • Re: Pre-pub: The Works of the Rev. Henry Scougal

    BTW, personal stories like what Jacob has posted go a long way to getting people interested in bidding or bidding more for a book - (thanks for the contribution, Jacob) - our value proposition should be more than here's a way to get some cheap "stuff"
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Sat, Feb 13 2010
  • Re: Pre-pub: The Works of the Rev. Henry Scougal

    [quote user="P. Keith Larson"]It is interesting that you are proposing this at the same time I officially started the "Maximum Bid Club." I have no problems with you biding only $2 for this work IF that is the maximum you are willing to pay for it, but I do ask you to ask yourself this question: "If this resource crossed the production line at $4 would
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Sat, Feb 13 2010
  • Re: Pre-pub: The Works of the Rev. Henry Scougal

    [quote user="Dominick Sela"]Interesting thought! Another way to think about it, if "everybody" bid $2 for every community book that came out, even if I bought a book for $2 that I didn't really want that much, the process ensured it was a type of investment to ensure the books I do want I can get for $2 also![/quote] Kind of like a defacto subscription
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Sat, Feb 13 2010
  • Re: Pre-pub: The Works of the Rev. Henry Scougal

    [quote user="Mark A. Smith"]Why not put in a modest bid today[/quote] I propose an experiment - assuming you can afford it and that you are at least vaguely interested in the title -please consider at least making the minimum bid of $2. Obviously bid more if you'd like but at the very least bid the minimum. There are now over 18,000 members in this
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Fri, Feb 12 2010
  • Re: Community Pricing on Barnes Notes on the Old and New Testaments (14 Vols.)

    [quote user="Mark A. Smith"]If everyone at $30 will up their offer to $50, I'll bet the ticker will go up to about 70%[/quote] Last month when I did the calculation it look like that if everyone who has already bid raised their bid to $60 then it would go into production right now without any extra bids. I note there's been a little bit of activity
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Wed, Feb 10 2010
  • Re: Scripture Memory

    [quote user="Kenneth Shawver"]Jeremy, I know several people who really go for the Word Searches, my wife for one, but my autistic son finds them to be very engaging as he learns a biblical story or a group of verses. It is a way of learning important words from a story or passage. One of eldest sons wanted a challenge so I did a word search in Hebrew
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jeremy White on Tue, Feb 9 2010
  • Re: NT for English Readers for$14 until noon Friday

    I don't know if I've ever taken any notice - I don't know what Logos has to do in the system to make the change and they've been putting up other titles on pre-pub today - I imagine it'll appear sometime next week - maybe Monday - maybe not.. Coming out of community pricing means they now have enough "pledges" to get started on production which could
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Fri, Feb 5 2010
  • Re: Prayer list request

    Being able to print off the Prayer List - while integrating that into the handout function would be nice - anyway to print it off would be OK
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Jeremy White on Fri, Feb 5 2010
  • Re: NT for English Readers for$14 until noon Friday

    It now graduates to pre-pub - you'll see it appear there some time soon - just before they're ready to ship you'll get an email notifying you that they're about to charge your card.
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Fri, Feb 5 2010
  • Re: Prayer list request

    Being able to insert it into a handout or in some other way print it out would be useful as well.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Jeremy White on Fri, Feb 5 2010
  • Re: New Testament For English Readers - reaches 100% in CP

    Bear in mind though that that 40% at the $4 mark includes everyone who has made a bid - because remember your bid is an indication of the maximum you are happy to pay. So to elaborate : Let's assume that the amount Logos needs to produce this book is $10,000. If the graph is sitting at 40% at the $4 this means than 1000 people have bid $4 or more.
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Fri, Feb 5 2010
  • Re: New Testament For English Readers - reaches 100% in CP

    [quote user="JimVanSchoonhoven"]who knows if enough will bid 12 dollars we may close it out at 10.00[/quote] If my little spreadsheet is correct there are *just* enough remaining underbidders that if they were to raise their bid to 12 the final price would be $10. Of course, if there are new bidders coming in that makes it easier.
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Fri, Feb 5 2010
  • Re: NT for English Readers for$14 until noon Friday

    [quote user="P. Keith Larson"]Remember a bid for $14 is also a bid for every dollar amount[/quote] Yeah, so go crazy! If you want to feel like you're living it up large put in the maximum - bid $36 - you'll still only pay $14 or maybe less
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Thu, Feb 4 2010
  • Re: NT for English Readers for$14 until noon Friday

    If the people who have bid $8 and $10 raise their bids to $12 then that would be enough to get it over 100%. HOwever, if they want to guaruntee they get it they need to bid $14.
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Thu, Feb 4 2010
  • Re: Curriculum Development

    [quote user="Paul Golder"]Printed textbooks have turned in to more of a way to increase revenue ( for everyone except the student ), than a means of providing the best information. It has become a vicious cycle of "kick-backs", and payola, that has firmly ingrained itself into the educational system. Even to the point of making an educator feel as if
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Mon, Feb 1 2010
  • Re: Can you import e-books purchased from SONY into LOGOS?

    I agree the DMCA has had it's share of abuse and unforseen situations - and even the main copyright law has been abused (at least in my opinion) by the Church of Scientology to attempt to shut down any critical analysis of it's writings and teachings. But did you actually read the page you linked to? Fair use is a doctrine in United States copyright
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jeremy White on Mon, Feb 1 2010
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