Logos Workspace for NT Studies

I always find it interesting when someone shares a customized workspace, since workspaces are one of the keys to making the most out of the resources and screen estate available in applications like Logos Bible Software.

Phil Gons has a very detailed blog entry where he explains how he has created a workspace that suits his New Testament studies. If you are a Logos user you’ll probably want to take a look.

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Short Fact List

I happened to look at BSR statistics for the first time in months, and based on the previous seven days, I see that 54% of the visits come from the United States (but I find 60% from North America under Continent Share). 83% run Win XP, 35% have IE 6.x as their browser, and 52% use a 1024 x 768 screen resolution. Last, but not least, the most common referring page is Google (what a surprise!).

Does all this show any interesting trends? Maybe not, at least nothing that I didn’t know already ;-), but it was fun to see all those nice graphics displayed by sitemeter.

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Streamlined Bible Widget

The latest version (2.3) of the free Logos BibleWidget for Mac now includes the ESV Bible. Besides, both the interface and functionality have been improved.

New Logos Bible Widget

Is it just me or those light pastel colors used by Logos as of late are really hard on the eyes?

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Paid Ads

I just want to let you all know that from now on, and until further notice, Bible Software Review will only be accepting paid ads and PayPal donations, rather than engaging in various sorts of affiliate programs.

This move is necessary in order to help cover the increasing costs involved in running the site. So, if you really want to help but are unable to send a donation (there is a Donation button on the left side of the main page), you can always click on the banners. It will not cost you, and you will be directed to reputable websites with interesting offers on Bible software.

Thanks for your understanding and continued support!

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