Editor’s note: this interview was originally published March 23rd, 2015.
For the past couple years now, I've generally held back on criticizing other published works of others (with a few small exceptions). This has mainly because of pushback that I've gotten from people like Rod Decker on the question, who has pointed out a couple of times that perhaps my lack of experience with the... Continue Reading →
The same thing happened last year. If you're a linguist, you get screwed by scheduling conflicts. Maybe this is just what happens when a conference that incorporates linguistics as a side discipline is then organized by people who know nothing about linguistics or what linguists are interested in dialoguing about with colleagues. The thinking of the... Continue Reading →
Logos Bible Software has released the new version of their flagship project: Logos 5. It incorporates some massive changes in datasets and built in resources while keeping much of the user experience quite similar to Logos 4. I had originally intended to have a useful post ready this evening surveying how tools for studying Greek... Continue Reading →