Archive for March 2010
Dear Readers of NTGreek.org,
I wanted to inform you that I have decided to use a blog (found at http://blog.ntgreek.org) instead of the bulk email service to communicate with those interested in NTGreek.org. (The older NTGreek email address at ChristianEmailService seems to have been stolen by spammers.) I trust this blog will prove to be a more convenient and secure method of communication than using bulk email.
There are a couple ways to keep updated with the content posted on NTGreek.org. (1) The least effective method is to periodically visit the blog to see if there have been new posts. (2) The best way is to subscribe to the NTGreek.org blog site so that new posts will automatically be downloaded and available to you. Subscribing to the blog is done by clicking on the “RSS” link on the blog page; you can “subscribe” to have new blogs sent to your blog reader (like MS Outlook or another RSS reader). See the bottom of this post for some suggestions (and links to more information) if you are familiar with this process.
Besides answering new questions about Biblical Greek, my plan is to take some of the information (including the questions and answers) already on NTGreek.org, and put it into this blog format. I think this will make this information more easily accessible for the long run.
Please let me know if you have any questions about this. You can email me at corey at ntgreek dot org. Thanks, Corey Keating
The blog address is http://blog.ntgreek.org
Information on Subscribing to Blogs via RSS:
(I can’t vouch for all these sites other than they appear to provide some good information and clear directions.)
Using Internet Explorer as RSS Reader: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/RSS/default.mspx
MS Outlook 2007 as RSS Reader: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HA012304631033.aspx
Using Older Versions of MS Outlook: http://www.online-tech-tips.com/ms-office-tips/how-to-view-and-read-rss-feeds-in-outlook-2000xp2003-and-outlook-express/
Using a Generic RSS Reader to Subscribe to Blog:
If this does not do it for you, try typing your question in Google.com