Monthly Archives: January 2012

“Get Path” Services plugin for Lion

This is a bit geeky, but maybe some of you have found need of this as well. Sometimes I want to copy the path of a folder or file in the Finder in the Mac OS (in this case Lion). … Continue reading

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Podcast #2: Accordance Bible Software & Olive Tree Bible Software

In this podcast we have a pair of interviews from SBL 2011. I met with the good folks at Accordance Bible Software and Olive Tree Bible Software, the two premier software applications for reading and annotating biblical and ancient texts … Continue reading

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How I use the iPad for research and work

I have been fortunate enough to have had an iPad since they first came out. (As an aside, as much as folks label me an “Apple fanboy,” this is the first Apple product I have purchased in its first run. … Continue reading

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Liberal Arts Scholarship and Technology Summit

You are all (that is all of you, every last one of you on the intertubes) invited to the Penn State Liberal Arts Scholarship and Technology Summit, tomorrow January 4, 2012! The schedule is below and the entire program will … Continue reading

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Hebrew, with vowels, on the iPad

The December (or is it January?) Biblioblog Carnival is up and through it I discovered that Chris Heard had this great post on using Hebrew with vowels on the iPad. Until recently, iPad-using Hebraists had no good options for typing … Continue reading

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Welcome to Sacred Techs!

This is the beginning of 2012 and the start of a new blog: Sacred Techs. Your hosts are Robert Cargill and myself,¬†Christian Brady¬†and the goal of this site is to bring together posts and podcasts relevant to the study of … Continue reading

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