Daily Gleanings about free books for August 2019 from Logos and Verbum.
Freedom introduces another new Chrome extension, Limit, saying, Ever wish you could allot yourself a time limit on distracting websites? Limit allows you to set a time limit on any site you choose. It then gently notifies you that your time is almost up, so you can wrap up. Once you’ve reached your limit, if […]
On theLAB, Dougald Mclaurin discusses how faculty can “work with librarians to help students write better papers.” Similarly, see also these prior discussions about how to use your school’s library or other libraries near you. From Brill: With the publication of Keeping Watch in Babylon, Brill is happy to have published the 100th volume of […]
Recently, I’ve worked through part of Augustine’s Enarrations [Expositions] on the Psalms. There’s much that’s of interest in this work in terms of Augustine’s theological exegesis. But one of the minor features that repeatedly struck me was Augustine’s repeated discussion of “reins.” In this reading, I used the English version from the Nicene and Post-Nicene […]
Last month, Faithlife released a substantial web app for free to all Logos 7 users at https://app.logos.com/. But, users are advised that at this point notes and highlights from the web app will not show up in the desktop app and vice versa. We’re working on creating this cross-platform syncing, but meanwhile you’re data, notes, and highlights are […]
Choosing a platform for Biblical Studies software can be tricky, inasmuch as trying things out for yourself is probably the best mechanism for finding what will work for you. But, obviously, you want to do that trying out before you commit to one of the options. This process is now a bit simpler with Logos […]