Introducing Noet: Scholarly E-Books for Classical Literature and Philosophy

| June 28, 2013

My employer, Logos Bible Software, announced a new brand today – Noet, the beginning of our effort to do for classical Greek and Latin literature what we did for biblical studies. You can read our CEO’s blog post about the launch to get introduced to what Noet’s all about. Here are some excerpts: Noet (rhymes with […]

Dictionary of Classical Hebrew: A Unique, Indispensable Tool

| January 25, 2013

I heard in the office today that the Dictionary of Classical Hebrew (DCH; 8 vols; ed. David J. A. Clines) is almost at the development threshold on pre-pub. It needs only a couple dozen more orders to become a digital reality. I don’t often blog about Logos pre-pubs. This is one of those exceptions.1 For […]