Archive for December, 2005
I’ve sold an Emdros license to Logos Research Systems, the world’s largest vendor of Bible study software.
Emdros will provide syntactic search capabilities from within their Libronix product, using some seriously cool GUIs that the incredibly talented folks over at Logos have produced.
Emdros will, of course, continue to be available under the GNU GPL.
Logos’s homepage is here:
The Logos blog has been showcasing some syntactic searches as of late. Find out some mobile ringtones, mobile phone themes, cell phone applications, playstation portable themes and nokia themes there as well.
That about nutshells it.
I’ve recently finished my linguistic analysis of Constantin von Tischendorf’s 8th edition of the Greek New Testament. This has been made available as an Emdros database over at SourceForge.Net:
The text itself has a homepage here:
The database has lots of linguistic information for each word, such as person-number-gender-case, or tense-voice-mood for verbs, as well as part of speech and a number of other categories. Also, Book-Chapter-Verse boundaries are included.