Scholar’s Library Silver Reviewed in RBL

The Society of Biblical Literature (SBL) sponsors a service known as the Review of Biblical Literature. This service publishes reviews of Biblical literature every week and makes the reviews available on the web for anyone to consult.

This week, one of the items they reviewed is our Scholar’s Library Silver Edition. By all means, please, check out the review.

And make sure to check out their search feature as well. If you’re looking for books in a particular area of Biblical or Ancient Near East studies, many times you’ll be able to find an in-depth scholarly review of the title you’re interested in.

Bob Pritchett – Introduction

I’m Bob Pritchett and I am one of the cofounders of Logos Bible Software, so I have been here since the very beginning.

I don’t write much code anymore (which is one reason the application is so solid now!) but I am still actively involved in the design of the Libronix Digital Library System and I do a lot of the research on new features and technologies.

My personal blog is at http://www.bobpritchett.com/blog, and you’ll find a number of Logos-related posts there over the past two years. Among my favorites are two from 2003:

And, of course, the start of our video tour:

I will try to get more video online here soon; let me know if there is something in particular you would like to see.

Time for an Introduction

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:

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.

Welcome

Welcome to the Logos Bible Software Blog!

A number of Logos employees have been maintaining their own blogs for the past few years, posting on subjects ranging from awful music to biblical Greek to injured toes, but we wanted to provide a single site where you could find all of our posts related to Logos Bible Software.

Look for an introductory post from each Logos employee who posts here, and be sure to check out their personal blogs, too.

Our goal is to make Logos more open and accessible and to improve our communication with you. Please join us in the process: ask questions, make suggestions, and tell us how we can serve you better.

Update: Read introductions from Logos bloggers Bob Pritchett, Rick Brannan, Eli Evans, Daniel Foster, and Phil Gons.