Standing Without iPology

by Jan 30, 2009Personal, Tech3 comments

Tim Challies is on board with Apple now, and he “iPologizes” for his rejection of Macs in the past.

No apologies here. I haven’t been arrogant about Macs, just truthful.

On the other hand, I must admit that I am tiring somewhat of having to run my most important program, BibleWorks, in a separate operating system. Will someone please write a version of BibleWorks for OS X and send it to me? I’ll pay.

Thanks!

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3 Comments

  1. bolinpath

    Have played around with Logos for Mac? If so, what did you think?

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  2. Mark L Ward Jr

    I have played with it through all of its available development stages. I won’t pay 60 bucks for it simply because I have to run Windows anyway for BibleWorks.

    I am told that some features are not present in the Mac version that have long been available in the Windows version. I confess I’m not sure what those features are.

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  3. bolinpath

    I should have it by the end of the month. I’ll let you know what I think if you are still interested.

    Reply

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