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  • Re: Any progress on automatic hyperlinking

    Kindof -- but the way it's implemented, it only works if you let Logos put the cite in an actual footnote. If you paste text only, you don't get the url back to the original resource. This isn't useful when you're gathering research, as you don't want the actual footnotes in your research notes. This isn't useful in actual writing, as the citations
    Posted to General by Russ White on Mon, Dec 19 2016
  • Re: Why you should not store ANY information in Logos

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]Rumors are floating around Twitter that proof of Brendan Eich’s donation was illegally leaked by people in government sympathetic to the cause of gay marriage. Not so.[/quote] There has been a lot of discussion around this, but folks I know who were actually involved in the situation insist this information was not placed in
    Posted to Logos 7 by Russ White on Sun, Sep 11 2016
  • Re: Why you should not store ANY information in Logos

    [quote user="Bob Pritchett"]As for privacy, I don't get the Brendan Eich reference -- his persecution was in response to a public record, not something found on a data store he thought was private.[/quote] I'm going to post just one more thing to correct a factual error here -- Bob, Brendan Eich's donation was protected under privacy regulations such
    Posted to Logos 7 by Russ White on Sun, Sep 11 2016
  • Re: Why you should not store ANY information in Logos

    [quote user="Myke Harbuck"] I, for one, suggest that you use a much more respectful tone in the forums. In the end, Logos is a private company. I don't feel like you have the right to tell it's owner what he or the company " need to do ;" [/quote] First, forums are supposed to be about discussion, not "meek suggestions." I'm not going to beg, if that
    Posted to Logos 7 by Russ White on Sun, Sep 11 2016
  • Re: Why you should not store ANY information in Logos

    https://logos.uservoice.com/forums/42823-logos-bible-software-7/suggestions/16014034-add-option-that-allows-selective-synchronization-t Bob -- I wasn't going to respond to this thread, but since you jumped in -- You are going to be hit with a data breach at some point in the future. It's not a matter of "if," it's a matter of "when." That data breach
    Posted to Logos 7 by Russ White on Sat, Sep 10 2016
  • Why you should not store ANY information in Logos

    Y'all -- Bob just closed the uservoice suggestion to allow users to selectively synchronize information to the Logos cloud. Logos doesn't encrypt your data, the count on the cloud provider (whoever that really is) to do so, which means that whichever cloud provider Logos is using can read _everything_ you put in your Logos notes, prayer lists, etc.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Russ White on Sat, Sep 10 2016
  • Re: Can You Combine Highlighter Note Documents?

    It's not only annoying that this is the only way to move notes, it's also annoying that the ipad app apparently resets the notes file to "palette specific note files" each and every time it's updated. So I have to remember to check this setting EVERY time I use the ipad app to make certain it's not putting the notes in the wrong place. Just had to waste
    Posted to Logos 6 by Russ White on Tue, Mar 29 2016
  • Re: The greatest obstacle to SECURITY is the inability to copy and paste a password

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]For myself, my mailbox is a greater risk than the data in the cloud on my Verbum account[/quote] Perhaps. Perhaps not. It depends on the questions someone is asking about you. The two combined are certainly more valuable than either in separation, though. Denise and I are approaching these problems from two different, but complimentary
    Posted to Logos 6 by Russ White on Thu, Feb 25 2016
  • Re: The greatest obstacle to SECURITY is the inability to copy and paste a password

    [quote user="alabama24"]Complete side note: I used those terms because all of your responses have been "the sky is falling" but you haven't ever given any specifics. That was my point. I am willing to listen, but you haven't shown me why I should be concerned. [/quote] You might try reading the books I've posted above -- it's too much to explain in
    Posted to Logos 6 by Russ White on Wed, Feb 24 2016
  • Re: The greatest obstacle to SECURITY is the inability to copy and paste a password

    This -- [quote user="Bradley Grainger (Faithlife)"]Enable selective sync (I'm assuming at the individual document level, probably with some convenience to turn off by default for all new documents of a particular type)[/quote] -- or this -- [quote user="Bradley Grainger (Faithlife)"]In lieu of (or in addition to) the above, support integration with
    Posted to Logos 6 by Russ White on Tue, Feb 23 2016
  • Re: The greatest obstacle to SECURITY is the inability to copy and paste a password

    Bradley -- [quote user="Bradley Grainger (Faithlife)"]I disagree with this. You are convinced otherwise, and I'm not sure if the forums are conducive to a productive discussion about it[/quote] As far as Faithlife being serious about security -- your actions are speaking so loud I can't hear what you're saying. It's simple -- folks who have a clue have
    Posted to Logos 6 by Russ White on Tue, Feb 23 2016
  • Re: The greatest obstacle to SECURITY is the inability to copy and paste a password

    [quote user="Bradley Grainger (Faithlife)"]I think you've mischaracterised our position in this thread multiple times, but this seems egregious[/quote] I've been asking for some reaction on the part of Faithlife from before it was called "Faithlife." I've had several phone conversations with folks there, and put in suggestions on uservoice. I've been
    Posted to Logos 6 by Russ White on Mon, Feb 22 2016
  • Re: The greatest obstacle to SECURITY is the inability to copy and paste a password

    [quote user="alabama24"]This is all too much "cloak and dagger" and "black helicopter" for me[/quote] First point, putting in those terms makes it all sound so "conspiracy theory," and hence "silly." It's easy to wave it all off and say, "oh, there's no danger here." Okay -- you believe what you want to believe. I live in the world you're not afraid
    Posted to Logos 6 by Russ White on Mon, Feb 22 2016
  • Re: The greatest obstacle to SECURITY is the inability to copy and paste a password

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]I happen to disagree strongly. Big data makes it possible to identify the illegal/dangerous cases with a minimum of invasion of privacy for those around them.[/quote] MJ -- you really need to read the books above -- you are sadly misinformed (and again, I don't want to sound mean or condescending here!). Again, I work for a large
    Posted to Logos 6 by Russ White on Mon, Feb 22 2016
  • Re: The greatest obstacle to SECURITY is the inability to copy and paste a password

    MJ -- I don't want to sound mean, but this is, IMHO, naive. Big data == social engineering, and social engineering will become a life or death problem soon enough -- in fact, it already is in some cases. It doesn't much matter if you're not interested in the social engineers; they're interested in you. To put it another way -- you will be made to care
    Posted to Logos 6 by Russ White on Mon, Feb 22 2016
  • Re: The greatest obstacle to SECURITY is the inability to copy and paste a password

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/039335217X?keywords=data%20and%20goliath&qid=1456180999&ref_=sr_1_1&sr=8-1 http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0385539002?keywords=data%20and%20goliath&qid=1456180999&ref_=sr_1_2&sr=8-2 http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1250062586?keywords=data%20and%20goliath&qid=1456180999&ref_=sr_1_3&sr=8-3 These are the people you should
    Posted to Logos 6 by Russ White on Mon, Feb 22 2016
  • Re: The greatest obstacle to SECURITY is the inability to copy and paste a password

    [quote user="Bradley Grainger (Faithlife)"]Nope, I'm going to tell you that we don't (and have never claimed to) provide secure (by your definition) user data storage. In fact, our user agreement explicitly says "DO NOT STORE HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION IN THE SOFTWARE."[/quote] First, this is an excuse. Faithlife provides a way to put what is clearly
    Posted to Logos 6 by Russ White on Mon, Feb 22 2016
  • Re: The greatest obstacle to SECURITY is the inability to copy and paste a password

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] er ...ah... having a long password available to copy and paste is a breach of security protocols. If your machine is security what level of security do you need on individual apps? The answer varies by application and is very much dependent upon the level of security on you internet connection and your computer itself. [/quote
    Posted to Logos 6 by Russ White on Sun, Feb 21 2016
  • Re: Windows or ios

    [quote user="Jordan Sjodin"]On Windows, we have customers with outdated video drivers, old operating systems, bad video cards.. the list goes on. It's a lot harder since the amount of options in the PC world is so large.[/quote] Which is a good thing rather than a bad one. If this is an issue for tech support, then they should provide a short list of
    Posted to Faithlife Proclaim by Russ White on Tue, Feb 2 2016
  • Re: Windows or ios

    [quote user="Peter June (Proclaim)"]The hardware configurations of Macs tend to lend themselves better for software like Proclaim, especially when it comes to motion backgrounds and other video files.[/quote] I hear this all the time -- and yet, when just looking for a new laptop, I found that both the Mac and the Lenovo have i7 processors of about
    Posted to Faithlife Proclaim by Russ White on Mon, Feb 1 2016
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