13 February 2009

BibleWorks 8 — the love goes both ways!

by Dan Phillips

I had to share this.

I'm in the process of learning BibleWorks 8 so that I can review the product (see BW7 review). As I do, I'm watching the instructive videos.

So I click on the one for the BW8 tool called Ermie (External Resources Manager). The instructor refers to websites and resources "that you typically open during the course of your study with BibleWorks."

And what is one of those resources featured in the tutorial video? I am not making this up:

There it is.

Over the Evangelical Textual Criticism blog, and the Greco-Roman coins blog.

And with no others!

(Can't stop grinning.)

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20 comments:

Penn Tomassetti said...

That is hilarious! I know Someone who is an expert in the art of headshrinking ;)

Stefan said...

Ya made the big time, kid.

(I think I've used that line before, but, oh well.)

Nathan W. Bingham said...

Congratulations TeamPyro! ;-)

Timothy Wonil Lee said...

I can't stop grinning, either. Congrats, pyro! I hope this gives you guys a refreshed sense of burden to propagate God's truth.

Underdog Theology said...

No surprise.

The blog's an institution. ;-)

Frank Turk said...

[SHRIEKS LIKE A LITTLE GIRL!]

[FALLS OVER DEAD]

[notices DJP tried to call my cell last night -- imagines this was why]

[FALLS OVER DEAD AGAIN]

Mike the Bible Burgh Host said...

And to think . . . Mark La Roi and I interviewed you on Bible Burgh!

AND . . . we "re-aired" all THREE segments in ONE NIGHT ... SUPER BOWL SUNDAY!!

Man, do WE feel special ...

Sir Brass said...

Who needs to publish a book when you're in the big time in bibleworks ;).

DJP said...

I'm with you, Frank. Next day — still grinning.

SolaMommy said...

YAY! :-D

~Mark said...

Oh that's cool!

Julie said...

* Pat on the back. *

Rachael Starke said...

No. Way.

That is too cool.

geoffc said...

Congratulations. Our government is giving low income families 900 dollars each soon to boos tthe economy. Mine will be going to this and BDAG.

Stefan said...

All kidding aside (well, almost all), to riff on Timothy Wonil Lee's comment, if you are being implicitly endorsed as a blog "that you typically open during the course of your study with BibleWorks"—even if it is only being used as an example in a training demo—then there is a burden here (albeit a very light burden—Matthew 11:30) that I know you already take very seriously, and pray that you will continue to take seriously.

Frank Turk said...

I know I am still a sinner because I want to gloat -- even though I know for sure we're there because of Dan's review of BW previously.

So forgive me everybody for being who I am on the inside.

tck said...

Congratulations! :D

On a side note: Is it really worth updating? I'm using Bibleworks 7 personally, and must say I'm very satisfied with it already. Is the gain of updating that great?

Rita Martinez said...

awesome guys! :)

Steve said...

That's weird - in iMonk's review he said that the copy they sent HIM had HIS blog listed there. . .

J/K ; )

LeeC said...

" Steve said...
That's weird - in iMonk's review he said that the copy they sent HIM had HIS blog listed there. . .

J/K ; )"

Now THAT's funnay!