Apr 1, 2010 David Lang

April Fool's Fun without the Tomfoolery

It's April Fool's Day, and I was tempted to write a post announcing that OakTree Software and Olive Tree Bible Software were merging to form a company called Deciduous Bible Software. But then I realized that everything lives forever on the internet, and I didn't want our friends at Olive Tree continually having to answer questions about the "failed merger." Hopefully my plan B will be just as fun without being nearly as prone to unintended consequences!

In yesterday's post, I told you about an Accordance Training Seminar I taught in Cupertino, California. In recent weeks we've also done seminars in Louisville and Chicago. This week we're doing one in Kansas City in conjunction with The Scrolls and the Scriptures conference. Later this month we'll be in Atlanta and around Boston. To find out about all the latest seminars, be sure to check out our seminars and shows page.

If you've attended an Accordance seminar in the past, I want to ask you what is the best thing you learned there? Is there something you discovered about Accordance that you never realized it could do? Is there some shortcut or tip that you've incorporated into your workflow? Is there some Accordance module you decided to buy once you saw it in action? Leave a comment on this post telling us the best thing you took away from the last seminar you attended.

Hopefully this will provide some April Fool's Fun without all the tomfoolery. :-)

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Archived Comments


April 01, 2010 12:37 PM

Too bad you didn't : ) Deciduous Bible Software has a nice ring to it!


Robert Floyd

April 01, 2010 1:22 PM

Accordance modules and the Olive Tree iPad GUI: the perfect combination. I'm persuaded the iPad can revolutionize how Bible classes are planned, taught and attended. That's a huge motivation for my purchase of one.