Hi. My name is Rick Brannan, and I’m one of the newly-minted Logos bloggers.
I’ve worked for Logos for 12 years (wow … that’s primary and secondary school combined!) and will start year 13 in August. I work in the Design and Editorial (D&E) department. D&E is focused on making tools for scholars to produce new data sets, and producing those data sets for use in Logos Bible Software.
My role in D&E is mostly comprised of stuff having to do with Greek. That means I’m the lucky guy who gets to work on stuff like:
- The Works of Philo: Greek Text with Morphology
- The Apostolic Fathers in Greek and English
- Old Testament Greek Pseudepigrapha with Morphology
And a bunch of other stuff I can’t quite tell you about yet. It’s safe to say that Bob is doing his best to keep me busy! But if you keep reading the Logos Bible Software Blog (tell your friends!) or aggregate the RSS feed, I just might slip up and tell some secrets before we make public announcements of things.
In related news, some of you may know that I do keep a personal blog called ricoblog. I’ll still continue to blog there, though stuff having to do with Logos Bible Software will be posted here instead of at ricoblog.
Thanks for reading! I’m looking forward to blogging for Logos, and hope these entries will be helpful to your study of God’s Word and your use of Logos Bible Software.