Sacred Techs


Nisus Writer Pro 3.0 Released   Recently updated!

I have been using one version of Nisus or another since 1994. I have written all of my academic work in it (it was one of the first to support right-to-left languages on the Mac) and while there was an annoying footnote bug that bit me when I was submitting my doctoral thesis, they have […]


View Unread Mail in iOS using Notifications Workaround 6

UPDATE: Apparently iOS 7 will allow you to view Unread messages only. As of 8/29/13 it has not yet been released, so I cannot confirm that. UPDATE 2:Indeed iOS 7 allows this. In the Mail app go to “Mailboxes” (upper left corner) and, if you don’t already see “Unread,” select “Edit” in the upper right […]


Liberal Arts Scholarship and Technology Summit – Sacred Techs

You are all (that is all of you, every last one of you on the intertubes) invited to the Penn State Liberal Arts Scholarship and Technology Summit, tomorrow January 4, 2012! The schedule is below and the entire program will be simulcast live it will be streamed live at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/lasts-12. Fee free to share that […]


SacredTechs.com – a competition 5

Why don’t we have a bit of fun with this? Dr. Robert Cargill and I are getting ready to launch a collaboration that we think will be of interest to the Biblioblogging world and beyond. The project is called: Sacred Techs So here is the competition. What do you think this will be? I will […]