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What I Read Online – 09/19/2013 (a.m.)

19 Sep
    • Some of those resources are excellent and ones you will use regularly; others are not. Instead of spending extra up-front to buy a massive quantity of resources you may never use, consider spending less up front and then concentrating on purchasing resources you know you will use. After all, one great commentary on Ephesians will be far more valuable than three mediocre ones.
    • You may save money building your Christian living library for Kindle, but you won’t save money building your research library in Logos.
    • Logos is much less stable both in its display, which has changed significantly over the years, and in its content format.
    • You don’t actually own your Logos books
    • You cannot lend your books
    • You need hardware too.

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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