I have updated the review of the Stuttgart Electronic Study Bible. I have been very pleased with the new additions (e.g., UBS4 and critical apparatus!) and enhanced functionality of version 2.0. It is exciting to see that gradually all of the main scholarly works are becoming available in electronic format.Comment
The latest issue of Tyndale Tech Emails is available online. It covers the general subject of Searching for academic research on the web. Do take a look! (via NT Gateway Weblog).
UPDATE (April 20): The April issue is also available (entitled Biblical Fonts and Mac Woes: A Solution).Comment
You can now find a new review of Logos’ Biblioteca Académica Bilingüe. This top-of-the-line bilingual edition includes, for the first time ever, Spanish reverse interlinears for the Old and New Testament (also available in the Spanish-only Biblioteca Pastoral). It is based on version 3.0c, and comes with lots of goodies for Spanish-speaking users (supplemented with standard English reference works). It surely fills a much needed gap in Spanish biblical studies.
This particular review is written in Spanish, and it is quite thorough, but two or three new English reviews should be ready soon.Comment