Mar 10, 2011 David Lang

Why Didn't I Think of That?

In yesterday's post, I talked about how our Bible Lands PhotoGuide (currently on sale) could be loaded on an iPad or iPhone and used as a tourist guidebook on steroids. It was Tim Jenney, known to most of you know as Dr. J, who first hit upon this idea as we began touring the ruins of ancient Chorazin. He observed that we had all been consulting the PhotoGuide on our iOS devices, much as one might thumb through a tourist guidebook. It was a simple observation that got us all thinking about the PhotoGuide in a whole new way.

That's just the way Dr. J thinks. He has a real gift for identifying and explaining the practical uses of technology—a gift he brings to every episode of our Lighting the Lamp podcast. If you want to learn how to use Accordance in creative and practical new ways, you owe it to yourself to check out the various video training sessions Dr. J has produced. The most recent episode shows you how to learn more about a Biblical place, and it combines a simple methodology anyone can follow, with Tim's own . . . um, what's the word? . . . unique brand of humor.

Be sure to check it out!

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March 13, 2011 6:23 PM

Your idea is great!

Speaking of downloading to an iPad - Jerome Murphy-O'Connor's priemer guide book The Holy Land — An Oxford Archaeological Guide 5th edition is available as a Kindle download.

Derek hastlekha.