Logos and RSS
Google offers a growing number of ways to subscribe to RSS feeds and make them a part of your everyday web use. All of the options below are free.
Google Personal Homepage: If you set up a free Google account, you can use a personalized Google search page. Any of the Logos RSS feeds and blogs listed below can be added to your personal Google homepage. Add feeds by going to Personalized Home and clicking the Add Stuff link in the top right corner. Get started... (If you already use Google Personalized Home, just click the icon below for each feed you want to add.)
Google Toolbar: If you're a Google Toolbar user, you can add a custom Logos button to the toolbar which enables you to view Logos news and search the Logos.com website from any page on the web. Get it here! (Installs version 4 of the toolbar if you don't have it; Internet Explorer only.)
Google Desktop: The Google Sidebar part of this application enables you to subscribe to RSS feeds via a feature called Web Clips. Read about Web Clips...
Google Reader: This web-based feed reader allows you to subscribe to and manage RSS feeds from a Gmail-like interface. Learn more...
My Yahoo! is a personalized homepage that allows you to add any of the Logos RSS feeds and blogs listed below. Set up a My Yahoo! account. Or, if you already use My Yahoo!, just click the icon below for each feed you want to add.
- Register (just enter your email address and create a password) and confirm your registration by responding to the email you will receive.
- Right-click this link and choose Save Target As... to download a file called LogosOPML, which contains an index of all RSS feeds from Logos. When prompted, save the file to your desktop.
- Login to Bloglines and click the My Feeds button. Click Edit. At the bottom of the screen, click Import Subscriptions. Browse to your desktop and select the LogosOPML file and click Save. All the Logos feeds and blogs listed below will now show up in your Bloglines "My Feeds" section.
Logos Feeds and Blogs
If you want to subscribe to feeds individually or are already using an RSS reader, here's a list of Logos-related feeds and blogs.
Logos RSS Feeds
- Logos Blog
Get to know a little more about Logos Bible Software! Our blog is where you can get to know Logos employees, get tips on using the software, hear about upcoming features, and even find an occasional discount coupon.
- Logos Code Blog
Learn programming tips from the guys who are building the next version of the Libronix engine.
- Morris Proctor's Tips & Tricks
Every Wednesday and Saturday at the Tips & Tricks blog, Morris Proctor—authorized trainer for Logos Bible Software—provides a new tip for maximizing your efficiency and skill in using Logos Bible Software.
- Pre-Publication Titles
Keep up to date with the latest Pre-Pubs.
- Community Pricing Titles
Keep up to date with the new titles added to the Community Pricing Program.
- Press Releases
Stay on top of the latest news by subscribing to our press releases.
- Independent Product Reviews
Find out what others are saying in magazines, journals, and websites by subscribing to our product reviews.
Personal Blogs of Logos Employees
- Bob Pritchett, president and CEO
FireSomeoneToday - Subscribe!
BobPritchett.com - Subscribe!
- Rick Brannan, design and editorial
Ricoblog - Subscribe!
- Mike Heiser, academic editor
The Naked Bible - Subscribe!
Scribal Practices - Subscribe!
PaleoBabble - Subscribe!
- Steve Runge, scholar-in-residence
NT Discourse - Subscribe!
- Bill Nienhuis, director, publisher relations office
OriginalExpression - Subscribe!
- Sean Boisen, senior information architect
Blogos - Subscribe!
- Phil Gons, press relations
PhilGons.com - Subscribe!
- John Barry, Bible Study Magazine
The Infinite in Everything - Subscribe!