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  • Re: FL licensed e-ink reader

    As I've a lot of books in Logos, and I use Logos to compose my one or two sermons each week for next sunday, I would LOVE a Logos powered e-ink device. At the moment I've the Onyx T68, which runs Android, and supports the Logos app. Works great. Reading books and commentaries on a e-ink screen is way better than reading on a tablet (not to mention that
    Posted to Suggestions by Simon on Mon, Jun 1 2015
  • Re: Do you want every ebook in the world in Logos?

    I would love the idea of having the ability to add all books I want to Logos, if A new store/website is created. I wouldn't like the idea of having to find my way through a lot of non christian books on logos.com / vyrso.com If Logos offers something to compete with the Kindle e-readers. Reading books is best done on a e-reader with a e-ink display
    Posted to General by Simon on Fri, May 29 2015
  • e-reader with e-ink display for Logos

    Can you please advise me which e-reader with a e-ink display to buy to use with the Logos Android app? I currently have the Onyx T68, which is a very nice e-reader and works very well with the Logos app, but does not support the latest version of the Logos app. This is a problem, because some of the commentaries I use often need a more up to date Logos
    Posted to Android Apps by Simon on Fri, May 29 2015
  • Re: Latest update and E-Ink E-Readers

    Today I was trying to open one of my commentaries, Baker Exegetical Commentary on Acts, to find out that my T68 with Logos app 4.3.9 won't display this commentary. Does this mean I'll have to buy another e-reader to keep reading my books/commentaries? If so, do you have some suggestions for e-readers supporting the new Logos for Android app?
    Posted to Android Apps by Simon on Wed, May 27 2015
  • Re: Logos Now

    [quote user="Mark Smith"] [quote user="Bill Roth"]There is another point to be made on this subject. Logos has consistently in the past operated under the model of something like "you'll never have to pay for the same thing twice." If there is no free or highly discounted crossgrade for long duration Logos Now subscribers, then we will indeed be paying
    Posted to Logos Now by Simon on Wed, Apr 8 2015
  • Re: Logos Now

    Two ideas Logos might want to consider: Discounted year subscription: $89.90 for a year when you pay directly, in stead of the $8.99 a month. The promise that the money you've paid in subscription fees can be used as a discount when buying a Logos 7 base package. That would be an incentive to people like me, who at this moment don't see anything worth
    Posted to Logos Now by Simon on Tue, Apr 7 2015
  • Re: Recommended Commentaries for my Library would you all for me?

    I would recommend NICOT/NICNT first, and Baker Exegetical next. For me, the Baker Exegetical Commentary is my preferred series. The only downside is, that the series isn't complete at the moment. BTW: Baker Exegetical Commentary is on sale this month.
    Posted to General by Simon on Thu, Mar 26 2015
  • Re: Universal Windows App on Community Pricing

    Could the scale be updated, to allow higher bids, please?
    Posted to Windows Store Apps by Simon on Fri, Mar 20 2015
  • Re: Add Zotero Like Capabilities to Logos

    Let Logos do what Logos does best. Let Zotero do what Zotero does best. So, instead of implementing Zotero-like features in Logos, I would recommend implementing a sort of synchronization option, which automatically adds all your Logos books to Zotero, and keeps them updated if the meta-data changes.
    Posted to Suggestions by Simon on Thu, Mar 19 2015
  • Re: Universal Windows App on Community Pricing

    How much space will the app require? Will it be like the Android/IOS app, not requiring the download of your complete library? That would make the app usable on Windows tablets that don't have enough free HDD space to install the Logos desktop app.
    Posted to Windows Store Apps by Simon on Thu, Mar 12 2015
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica for Noet is here

    To get an idea of the average length of an article: 10 million words in 19,000 articles is an average of 526 words per article. That's half a A4 with 11pt text (Calibri font). To compare: The Anchor-Yale Bible Dictionary has 7 million words in 6,000 articles, so an average of 1166 words per article. That's more than twice the number of words per average
    Posted to General by Simon on Wed, Feb 18 2015
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica for Noet is here

    [quote user="Sherri Huleatt"] (...) These articles vary in length and are not meant for in-depth research on their own; instead, they should serve as jumping off points for further research. [/quote] Thanks for answering my questions. The point about the articles not being meant for in-depth research on their own makes me reconsider my pre-pub, especially
    Posted to General by Simon on Tue, Feb 17 2015
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica for Noet is here

    [quote user="Sherri Huleatt"] Although the Britannica DVD has more articles, the EBNE is more up-to-date and offers advanced integration into your Logos library. Unlike the DVD, the EBNE will undergo a sophisticated tagging process that links it to other resources across your library, including primary texts, dictionaries, commentaries, and more. In
    Posted to General by Simon on Tue, Feb 17 2015
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica for Noet is here

    [quote user="Sherri Huleatt"] [quote user="Michael Sullivan"] Sherri, Will this version have articles from Britannica's " Macro pedia"? The reason I ask is that I have the Britannica 2012 "Ultimate" DVD. Based on review and comments by people who had both this and the print version, my DVD is basically the "micropedia". Nowadays, to access "macropedia
    Posted to General by Simon on Tue, Feb 17 2015
  • Is the NIDNTTE worth the money?

    Is the NIDNTTE worth the money, if you already own the 'old' NIDNTT?
    Posted to Logos 6 by Simon on Fri, Dec 12 2014
  • Re: Wensen en suggesties

    [quote user="H.-J.van der Wal"] Mag ik vragen of je als student aan de PThU ook in aanmerking komt voor het Academic Discount Program van Logos? [/quote] Ja, in principe komt elke fulltime theologiestudie in aanmerking voor Academic Discount. De percentages van de korting lopen op, wanneer het gebruik verplicht wordt. Docenten krijgen heel veel korting
    Posted to Nederlands by Simon on Tue, Nov 18 2014
  • Re: New Feature: Journals Section

    Nice feature, but showing only a fraction of the relevant journal articles. For example, when I do a passage guide on John 15:1–8, the Journal section shows 2 articles. I have also a collection tab in the Passage Guide with journals, which shows many, many more relevant articles for this passage. (I have a large library with a lot of journals in it
    Posted to Logos 6 by Simon on Tue, Oct 28 2014
  • Re: Which denominational packages include all the new Logos 6 features

    [quote user="Gabe Martini"] [quote user="Simon"] I'm a bit overwhelmed with the new Logos 6 features and the base packages to choose from. I'm considering buying either Reformed Platinum, Pentecostal & Charismatic Silver or Standard Diamond. Can anyone advise me, which of these 3 contains all the new datasets/features? [/quote] Simon, If you want all
    Posted to Logos 6 by Simon on Mon, Oct 27 2014
  • Which denominational packages include all the new Logos 6 features

    I'm a bit overwhelmed with the new Logos 6 features and the base packages to choose from. I'm considering buying either Reformed Platinum, Pentecostal & Charismatic Silver or Standard Diamond. Can anyone advise me, which of these 3 contains all the new datasets/features?
    Posted to Logos 6 by Simon on Mon, Oct 27 2014
  • Re: Logos home page indicates something new is almost here

    I'm wondering what new features Logos 6 will offer, that make it worthwhile to upgrade...
    Posted to General by Simon on Mon, Oct 27 2014
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