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Very interesting article I just ran across - Translating the Bible—Into an E-Book That Works on Any Phone (Most tech companies care about early adopters. The people who make Bible apps care about every last soul, which means they sometimes end up in distant realms of the linguistic and technical worlds.)

I think Bible translators are definitely at the forefront of this technology and working out the challenges of making the Bible accessible in devices which were never designed for all the various intricacies of the world languages out there.


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Great find Cimarron- thanks for sharing.  I've taken the liberty to share it on Twitter using the #mobmin mobile ministry hashtag so anyone who's interested in mobile ministry can find it- feel free to do the same next time you find something you think would be of interest.

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