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  1. A Song in My Heart says:
  2. Michael says:

    What a happy little ditty…
    That’s almost 50 years old…and we’re still here.

  3. Michael says:

    At 10:57 I logged into Logos…at 11:19 it was finally loaded to a point where I could use it.
    Now, I’m too mad to study…

  4. Babylon's Dread says:

    I never have that much slowness with LOGOS though it is not fast.

    As for the eve of destruction… well, I still don’t believe it… but it is not hard to understand the emotion that carried us there.

  5. Michael says:

    I’ve never owned a more infuriating piece of software…their damn bookstore section comes up very quickly…the part I already paid through the nose for…not so much.

  6. I still crack open the books.

  7. ( |o )====::: says:

    Happy Post-Holiday Michael!
    Gotta hate bloated software!

    I’ve retreated to analog creative tools whenever possible.
    Pencil, sharpener, eraser, blank paper lines optional, the book I’m studying with simple contextual notes about timeline, authorship, a desk lamp and a cuppa. Might add a commentary from authors whom I know their biases.
    Almost forgot, a lava light.

    The Holy Spirit can do much with the simplest tools, touching and inspiring your heart.
    Once you have the body of work done you can hit the cranky software to snag a few embellishments.

    Wishing you much peace and inspiration.

  8. Jean says:

    The most critical study tool I use is (drum beat) Coffee. My brain loads quickly after the first few sips.

  9. Jean says:

    G, nice!

  10. Michael says:

    Blessings to you as well, Gman.
    I just don’t have space for all my tools in analog form…

  11. ( |o )====::: says:

    yeah, that Kahlua refrigerator won’t fit into a backpack 😉

  12. The Dude says:

    Have E Sword on my laptop.There is one I like…..not willing to spend 600$.

  13. Remember dos 3.0?

    We had one of the first Bible programs called “Godspeed” that ran on Dos.

    Today no program is as fast as that program was.

    Biblegateway is not bad.

    I wonder if there is a Digital Bible full of links that is not buggy.

    Most of the software I have tried that is Biblical based has bugs.

    eSword is great.

  14. Contrary to what many believe, the world has improved immensely since the Barry McGuire song.

  15. brian says:

    I like esword myself. MLD I tend to agree with you on many fronts. For people with disabilities it has gotten better, in some ways for people who deal with mental illness. Things are far better than in past centuries for most people.

  16. Randall Slack says:

    Michael, I use Biblesoft 5.2. Nothing but trouble. If you use the concordance, you must close it and open it again or it crashes. If you use Englishman’s Concordance, you must close it before you use it again, or it crashes. It is loaded with spelling errors and typographical errors.

    I spoke with their customer services and they are not working on a fix for the current version. They are concentrating on the next version which, once it is released, they will be happy to sell it to me. Gee, thanks…

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