I’m subscribed to a number of services like Technorati and Google Alerts so I can stay up with what people are saying about Logos on the Web. It’s a lot of fun finding out about new users and reading about how people from all walks of life are using Logos.
I’ve seen a few things that I thought were worth mentioning here on the blog, since most of you probably don’t keep up with what everyone is saying about Logos like I do. :)
First, a user named Brett has started a new blog, Logos Bible Software Lessons, which provides basic and advanced video lessons on how to use Logos better. He has four helpful videos there so far:
- Customize the Logos Homepage
- Create & save a custom workspace in Logos
- Viewing Inline Strong’s Numbers
- Creating Parallel Resources
You can even subscribe to his video podcast. Nice work, Brett. Keep it up!
Don’t forget to check out all of the videos at www.logos.com/videos as well.
Second, Mike at his ἐν ἐφέσῳ blog is doing a series of posts on our syntax searching tools. Here are the first two posts in the series:
If you’re trying to learn more about syntax searching, you’ll want to give Mike’s posts a read.
Barth’s Church Dogmatics
Here’s his conclusion:
In sum, this is a wonderfully rich and delightfully user-friendly resource both for general theological readers and for students of Barth. The new digital edition will certainly be a tremendous help in my own future research! With its accessible format, enhanced search capabilities and seamless integration with so many other texts, it will no doubt establish itself as an indispensable resource for the next generation of Barth scholars, and for the wider community of pastors, theologians and students.
If you haven’t ordered yours yet, there’s still time to get in at the Pre-Pub price before it ships next Monday.