ivocab: Go Beyond Traditional Flashcards

When I received this postcard in the mail today, my question was: Where was this in August 2005?

The Greek and Hebrew vocabulary databases are ordered according to Mounce's Basics of Biblical Greek and Ross' Introduction to Biblical Hebrew. This program looks very useful, but because my Ipod is a "dinosaur" (2 years old), I would only be able to access the audio files. You have to have video capabilities to get the flashcard function.

The timing is about right. I'm about two years off of the technological cutting edge. In other words, I'm still playing "Mario All-Stars" on Super Nintendo.

Visit the ivocab website for more information.
August 27, 2007


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