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Blog // Thoughts
September 7, 2006

eBible

Thanks to Jonny Baker for the link to eBible, a cool new web 2.0 application. What makes eBible interesting is not just the ability to search and read the Bible online (you can already do that through the excellent Biblegateway), but the ability to use reference material and create your own online study notes. You […]

Thanks to Jonny Baker for the link to eBible, a cool new web 2.0 application. What makes eBible interesting is not just the ability to search and read the Bible online (you can already do that through the excellent Biblegateway), but the ability to use reference material and create your own online study notes. You can share those with others, create online study communities and look at what different people are thinking about a passage or text.

The site has just gone from beta to full access, so it is running a little slow, but it looks pretty promising.

[tags] Bible, eBible, Biblegateway [/tags]

Responses
Rodd Jefferson 16 years ago

Now that’s a neat use of technology. Have you subscribed to their feed? Sounds like lots of stuff is going to happen in the next couple of days.

Fernando Gros 16 years ago

I’m checking it out and I will do all the signing up stuff over the weekend. I’m hoping someone tech-saavy will develop a plugin so we can put a link to it on the sidebar.

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