Many of you know I work for Logos Bible Software (now under the corporate umbrella of Faithlife Corporation). As my colleague at work Rick Brannon explains:

[Logos] has shifted [its] flagship product, Logos Bible Software on the desktop, to a six-week release cycle. We’ve also introduced a subscription model called Logos Now which provides access to the latest features and datasets that otherwise would’ve waited to be integrated with a major software release.

To illustrate why that’s significant, have a look at Rick’s short post (with illustrations and a video) about Logos’ new tools for exploring information about the various manuscripts of the Greek New Testament and the Septuagint.

Honestly, Rick just makes cool stuff.