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  • Re: Will Potential Logos' Subscription Model Kill the Value of My Investment?

    [quote user="David Paul"]So...stop talking dirt about the idea[/quote] The OP was exploring the question of how what might be considered an inevitability impacts on purchasing decisions in the here and now. Then we broadened the discussion to what form a subscription or rental model might take, pro/cons, pricing, etc. I don't get the sense that anyone
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Fri, Jan 18 2013
  • Re: Will Potential Logos' Subscription Model Kill the Value of My Investment?

    [quote user="Dan Pritchett"]If we were to offer subscriptions to individual titles, what would be your idea of the best break even price point between subscribing and buying? If a collection costs $500 to purchase outright, how many months of "subscription" should it take until it breaks even and equals $500. In other words, how would you decide which
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Thu, Jan 17 2013
  • Re: Will Potential Logos' Subscription Model Kill the Value of My Investment?

    For my other vocation I subscribe to a service called Safari Books Online. This gives me access to a library of mainly technical IT books. It makes perfect sense for me to do this in this context because these types of books go out of date very quickly. The have two tiers, an all you can eat option which is more expensive and a bookshelf option where
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Thu, Jan 17 2013
  • Re: Introducing Missions.

    Just in case people are unfamiliar with the pre-pub process there is a video on this page that explains it. http://www.logos.com/products/search?Status=Pre-Pub So this title is just over halfway to the target Logos has set. Once there enough preorders it will go into production and when it is ready people who have preorder will be charged and the books
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Wed, Jan 2 2013
  • Comparison of Life Application Commentary vs NIV Application Commentary

    So there is Life Application Commentary https://www.logos.com/product/5762/the-life-application-bible-commentary and there is NIV Application Commentary https://www.logos.com/product/23743/niv-application-commentary-bundle Obviously the second one is more extensive in terms of the number of books covered, etc but how different are two when they are
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Wed, Dec 12 2012
  • Re: Introducing Missions.

    I have this in hardcopy and I'm pkease to be able to add it to my Logos library. Of course, it is currently just gathering interest so we need a few more people to express interest.
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Mon, Dec 3 2012
  • Re: Introducing Missions.

    I beleive your wish has already been granted! :) http://www.logos.com/product/26923/encountering-mission-series
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Mon, Dec 3 2012
  • Re: "The Bible in Seven Acts" pre-pub...

    I'm also curious. And how is it different from the Lexham Bible Guides is my other question.
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Wed, Sep 26 2012
  • Re: I agree to like it, so I stand firm and pray. Amen. Thats my reply, but then again there is More.

    [quote user="Philana Crouch"]I kind of like having these options. I know on Facebook when a friend asks for prayer about a tragedy I feel funny saying I "like" it.[/quote] I agree. But why wouldn't you just comment on the post and say. "Praying for you" Isn't that more purposeful, and meaningful. I'm sure that some people would use the different options
    Posted to Faithlife Groups / Faithlife.com by Jeremy White on Fri, Aug 24 2012
  • Re: I agree to like it, so I stand firm and pray. Amen. Thats my reply, but then again there is More.

    Is it just me that thinks that function is kinda of corny. Personally, I wish I could switch it off.
    Posted to Faithlife Groups / Faithlife.com by Jeremy White on Wed, Aug 22 2012
  • Re: Is it just me, or...

    I think version 5 in terms of functionality will be not be as huge a deal as the switch to version 4 was. Remember Logos is now following a much more incremental (agile) development methodology now. In some parts of IT this is quite normal. For instance, I do consulting related to a cloud based system that has 3 major releases per year. I think it is
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Wed, Aug 22 2012
  • Re: Such a deal.

    Or just contact one of the Logos sales reps and perhaps get an even better deal. (I just did :) )
    Posted to Logos.com by Jeremy White on Wed, Apr 11 2012
  • Re: Custom Reading Plan - One chapter per day

    What a good idea. I hadn't even considered going down that direction!
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jeremy White on Wed, Apr 11 2012
  • Custom Reading Plan - One chapter per day

    I am looking to create a custom reading plan that goes for 150 days. This corresponds to one Psalm per day. In conjunction with that I want to read through the rest of the Bible during that 150 days. So the closest I've figured out so far is Gen - Job, Pro - Re | Ps - The reading plan created splits the book of Psalms into 150 equal portions and so
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jeremy White on Wed, Apr 11 2012
  • Re: Vyrso: Francis Chan Books

    The blog post said they were free until 11:59 PST April 8. I tried to order them yesterday and ran into the same problem - it being listed as $0 and yet when you click on the order button they went into the cart and appeared with a cost attached.
    Posted to Vyrso: Christian Ebooks by Jeremy White on Sun, Apr 8 2012
  • Re: Best Sermon & Worst Sermon

    Two recent examples I came across and both from speakers featured in the current March Madness... 1. interpreting Matthew 13 (Parable of the Sower) with the statement that only 25% of people accept the gospel. 2. Presenting a "true story" for illustration purposes that when subjected to the briefest of online research is very quickly established to
    Posted to General by Jeremy White on Wed, Mar 21 2012
  • Re: Dual Monitors

    [quote user="Doc B"] but the dual monitor had a better 'logical feel' to me than the big single[/quote] I concur. I actually have a six monitor setup (not specifically for Logos but I have been known to use all 6 sometimes when I am using the software) and it really helps keep things separate.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jeremy White on Sat, Feb 18 2012
  • Re: Upgrade suggestions

    Dave - I see the Toshiba Portege with the 6GB RAM - and it's a little lighter too. I haven't found any with the larger SSD yet. Could you point me in the right direction?
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jeremy White on Wed, Feb 15 2012
  • Re: Upgrade suggestions

    Thanks. Based on what I'm being told by HP is that theoretically it can be upgraded to 8GB but the extra power consumption would be make it ineligible for Ultrabook status.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jeremy White on Tue, Feb 14 2012
  • Upgrade suggestions

    Looking at the HP Folio 13 - http://shopping1.hp.com/is-bin/INTERSHOP.enfinity/WFS/WW-USSMBPublicStore-Site/en_US/-/USD/ViewProductDetail-Start?ProductUUID=JGMQ7EN5nSIAAAE0znpUKk.p&CatalogCategoryID=S_oQ7hab8uEAAAE0E94RNCUD&JumpTo=OfferList Any comments as to how it would handle Logos? It is the most (by far) resource hungry app I will be running on
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jeremy White on Tue, Feb 14 2012
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