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Chalcedon via Erasmus

Thanks to Dan Wallace for noting the following clip:

Edit Spreadsheets on Google Drive for Mobile

The Google Drive mobile apps for Android and iOS now allows users to create and view spreadsheets: Previous versions had allowed creating and editing of documents but only viewing of spreadsheets created elsewhere. For more information and links to download the appropriate apps, see here.

Attaching Drive Items in Gmail

For Gmail and at least certain Google Apps Mail users who have opted into the “new compose” experience, Google is now rolling out the ability to attach Google Drive items to email messages: Because these items are stored in and shared via Drive, email attachment size limitations don’t apply, and any updates to the attached … Continue reading

Aristotle’s Organon on LibriVox

Originally posted on New Testament Interpretation:
Image via Wikipedia Google Books has available Octavius Owen’s two-volume translation of Aristotle’s Organon. Volume 1 (1901) includes Categories, Interpretation, Prior Analytics, and Posterior Analytics. Volume 2 (1902) includes Topics and Sophistical Refutations with Porphyry’s introduction to Aristotle.

Originally posted on New Testament Interpretation:
A new collection of online Loeb Classical Library volumes is now available (HT: Charles Jones). This new collection provides locally-hosted PDFs that can be downloaded without completing a CAPTCHA field. The page also provides a link to a single ZIP file (3.2 GB) that contains all the individual LCL volume PDFs…

In-Browser Office Suites

Similar to rollApp, which debuted earlier this year, InstallFree is offering a no-cost web-based version of LibreOffice that can be run inside a browser and that integrate with various online storage platforms like Box, Dropbox, and Google Drive. For free, users can also use InstallFree’s Microsoft Office application to view Microsoft Office file formats with … Continue reading

New Great Books-Based Distance PhD

Earlier today, the program director, Robert Woods, announced that the Christian Institute for the Study of Liberal Arts would begin offering a SACS-accredited, fully distance-based PhD program: This PhD is literally one-of-a-kind in that it is fully accredited (SACS), offered fully distance with the dissertation being defended via conference call with a designated Research Fellow, … Continue reading

Puckett, Apologetics of Joy

One of our recent MLitt graduates through the Christian Institute for the Study of Liberal Arts, Joe Puckett, completed his thesis earlier this year, and it has now come to press with Wipf and Stock under the title, The Apologetics of Joy: A Case for the Existence of God from C. S. Lewis’s Argument from … Continue reading

New Drive Apps for Chrome

The Chrome Web Store now includes individual Chrome web apps for Docs, Sheets, and Slides: To make it even easier for you to create stuff quickly, Documents, Spreadsheets, and Presentations–now called Docs, Sheets, and Slides–are available as apps in the Chrome Web Store. Once installed, shortcuts to these apps will appear when you open a … Continue reading

On the Web (October 19, 2012)

On the web: Jim Davila and Hershel Shanks, among others, pay tribute to the fallen titan, Frank Moore Cross. Michael Bird joins Joel Watts in reflecting on Justin Martyr, Xenophon, and the Gospels. The Cornell University Library has a collection of Eleusinian inscription images available (HT: Charles Jones).

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