Google Books has volume 1, part 1 of the Cambridge Septuagint available as a free, full-text PDF. Also available is Hatch and Redpath’s concordance to the Septuagint and its accompanying supplement. Hatch and Redpath’s work does have some difficulties. But it can still prove to be a useful tool if cross-checked adequately.
As an interesting new addition to its Apps for Education platform, Google is working toward a full September release for “Classroom”: For more information or to apply to join the initial Classroom preview group, please see the Google Classroom site.
Google Books has full-text PDFs freely available for the following works by S. R. Driver: Commentary on Deuteronomy (International Critical Commentary; 1895; repr., 1903) Introduction to the Literature of the Old Testament (International Theological Library; 1891) BibTeX-formatted bibliography information for these texts is available here.
Though it has apparently been on the chopping block for some time, Google Reader was a very useful tool. Even so, it has apparently come to the end of the road: Google Reader will be retired on July 1, 2013. If you’d like to download a copy of all your Reader data before then, you can do […]
On the web: Mark Hoffman notes that Google Maps’ street view now includes several additional locations of significance around Israel. Charles Jones identifies several publicly accessible dissertations from the University of Pennsylvania. Dirk Jongkind reflects on Acts 17:3 in connection with the two latest Nestle-Aland texts.
Google Drive’s Docs, Sheets, and Slides apps are scheduled to cease supporting exports to Microsoft’s older Office 97–2003 formats at the end of the month. According to the Google Apps blog, In September, we added the ability to export Google documents to the newer Microsoft Office formats that rely on open standards (.docx, .xlsx, .pptx). […]