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  • If I allow Logos Now subscription to lapse, what will I lose?

    I've considered not renewing LN, when the annual renewal comes up, and purchase the extended feature set instead. I realize that I would lose the latest iterations that would be included in the next major update and some discounts. Other than that, is there anything else that keeps you with LN? I could buy the EFS for $207.56 (today) and keep LN, but
    Posted to Logos Now by Bill Moore on Mon, Feb 6 2017
  • Re: Another extended full feature set, really?

    [quote user="Jan Krohn"] On the FFS product page it says that the FFS is included in the EFS: https://www.logos.com/product/120029/logos-7-full-feature-set [/quote] Aha. Thanks, Jan. That confirms, it seems, what my cart seemed to be saying.
    Posted to General by Bill Moore on Mon, Feb 6 2017
  • Re: Another extended full feature set, really?

    [quote user="Denise"] Bill, I don't think EFS includes FFS. I have FFS and EFS was still a sizable amount. But I don't know. Given the discounting timing, I'd use the 1-800 choice ... pretty hefty amounts. Just my 2 pennies. [/quote] Thanks, Denise. If I put the FFS in my cart, I get a price of a price of $121.84 with the note " Special Logos 7 savings
    Posted to General by Bill Moore on Mon, Feb 6 2017
  • Re: Another extended full feature set, really?

    I subscribed to Logos Now when Logos 7 was released but have considered not renewing and buying the Full Feature Set instead. The FFS today would cost me $121.84. The Extended Feature Set would be $207.56, which, if I understand correctly, would include owning the FFS as well as those features in the EFS. Am I correct? And the price of each (FFS and
    Posted to General by Bill Moore on Mon, Feb 6 2017
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica Update

    [quote user="Mark Nolette"] Would it help you, Kyle, if we could come up with a list of longer articles that are not currently available that we would most want to see in EBNE? (Plato, Origen, Augustine, Martin Luther, C.S. Lewis, and Pope Benedict XVI come to mind, just to name a few.) A prioritized list of desired articles. Also, we don't know how
    Posted to General by Bill Moore on Mon, Sep 26 2016
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica Update

    [quote user="Paul Strickert"] Still have mixed feelings about the Noet Edition. Had I not paid the pre-pub price, I doubt I could justify the cost. Even so, I'm not sure this edition is worth it. Kyle said he anticipated an update in 4-6 weeks. Maybe he can work some magic to make the resource a better value. [/quote] I missed that from Kyle. Four to
    Posted to General by Bill Moore on Fri, Sep 23 2016
  • Re: Help massive & complete Encyclopedia on CP to production!

    [quote user="Roger Dittmar"] I decided not to return the EBNE. I'll just hope that someday the previously advertised linkages to the Timeline and resources will be incorporated. Wishful thinking on my part. [/quote] Thanks. I understand. I go back and forth on it. Giving me pause about returning it is the realization that, were I to return it, if would
    Posted to General by Bill Moore on Fri, Sep 23 2016
  • Re: Help massive & complete Encyclopedia on CP to production!

    [quote user="Roger Dittmar"] I paid $199 for EBNE and would happily have paid the same for the 1911 version. I had been very enthusiastic about the linkage of the EBNE with the Timeline and library resources and thought it well worth the premium cost. The EBNE was "Top Priority" for almost a year before finally being published. I've test driven the
    Posted to General by Bill Moore on Fri, Sep 23 2016
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica Update

    [quote user="Bruce Roth"] [quote user="Stephen Terlizzi"] i have to agree that the Encyclopedia Britannica Noet Edition is disappointing. It looks like the first resource that I will be returning for a refund. I downloaded the free Britannica app on my iPad and it has all the same entries (albeit without Logos tagging). And it includes Martin Luther
    Posted to General by Bill Moore on Thu, Sep 22 2016
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica Update

    [quote user="Robert Harner"] [quote user="WR82"] I noticed that several major world religions made it onto the list of 1200 word+ entries. Among the list of articles: Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity. This is a positive thing. Two articles included on the provided list seem very close to two other major world religions. Bahia made the list
    Posted to General by Bill Moore on Thu, Sep 22 2016
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica Update

    [quote user="Fasil"] [quote user="Bill Moore"] [quote user="Fasil"] Now the Price is $168.51 . Interseted ? go try. [/quote] What currency? When I log out, the page still displays the $199.99, USD. [/quote] In American Dollar - In my end it shows [/quote] Strange
    Posted to General by Bill Moore on Mon, Sep 19 2016
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica Update

    [quote user="Fasil"] Now the Price is $168.51 . Interseted ? go try. [/quote] What currency? When I log out, the page still displays the $199.99, USD.
    Posted to General by Bill Moore on Mon, Sep 19 2016
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica Update

    [quote user="Paul Strickert"] I'm curious about the file size. EB 2010 Ultimate Edition DVD (the last one I owned) required 4 GB for a full install. It included EB, Student, and Kiddies Editions. 4 GB vs 1 GB ... ? [/quote] I was wondering the same. I would guess that a lot of the difference is media, perhaps video.
    Posted to General by Bill Moore on Mon, Sep 19 2016
  • Re: 3D Touch, Not Bad!

    Pretty nifty, DAL. Thanks for posting this. I don't often use Logos on my phone, but I'm glad they're utilizing 3D Touch.
    Posted to General by Bill Moore on Sun, Sep 18 2016
  • Re: Britannica Tomorrow: Why Buy? And Why Not? The $200 Question.

    [quote user="Dan Francis"] [quote user="Paul Strickert"] I was under the impression that EB imposed the article limits. [/quote] The did and refused FL to include some articles key to religious studies ie. Martin Luther and C.S. Lewis -Dan [/quote] And yet they included John Calvin. I wonder what were the publishers criteria for what was and was not
    Posted to General by Bill Moore on Sat, Sep 17 2016
  • Re: Britannica Tomorrow: Why Buy? And Why Not? The $200 Question.

    [quote user="Stephen Terlizzi"] [quote user="Dan Francis"] [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Fred Robbins"]I wonder if any of the articles are abridged?[/quote] There is absolutely no evidence that this would be true. Logos selected articles not edited them. [/quote] I would even suspect any tampering with Britannica articles might cause them to
    Posted to General by Bill Moore on Sat, Sep 17 2016
  • Re: Britannica Tomorrow: Why Buy? And Why Not? The $200 Question.

    Thanks for clarifying, Denise. I don't do unsecured wifi, either, but am usually on my MacBook Pro in my office. A small-capacity iPad or phone would definitely be a "no" for downloading EBNE.
    Posted to General by Bill Moore on Thu, Sep 15 2016
  • Re: Britannica Tomorrow: Why Buy? And Why Not? The $200 Question.

    [quote user="Denise"] Now, Wildeagle, your calculation would make sense, if indeed you read 80,000 articles, or even might need to read 80,000 articles. It's like a truckload of groceries for $100 ... but not sharable. And remember, Logos tacked on another $100 for the truckload for most of us. My enthusiasm deflated when someone in the other thread
    Posted to General by Bill Moore on Thu, Sep 15 2016
  • Re: Of those who upgraded to Logos 7

    [quote user="Michael Childs"] Did you upgrade primarily because of the new features available in Logos 7, or did you upgrade to take advantage of the book packages? Which was more important to you? As for me, it was more the book packages. [/quote] Mine was both. There were some feature sets that were attractive, and then I saw that there were three
    Posted to General by Bill Moore on Wed, Sep 14 2016
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica Update

    [quote user="Ben Amundgaard"] Hi all, Update: When the users tested this resource, they noted a couple of changes that would make the user experience much better. The main one was having sub-articles under the main articles in the table of contents. We decided the changes were worth making and had them started over the weekend. The changes were complete
    Posted to General by Bill Moore on Wed, Sep 14 2016
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