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Websites for Digitized Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts

Both aspiring and experienced scribes can learn a lot from looking at actual period manuscripts. Every day more and more medieval books are digitized and made available online, and many websites offer the ability to zoom in and see fine detail close up. 619 more words


How Scribe Software Solves the Integration Puzzle for SMBs 

This video interview was originally posted on SMB Group Spotlight. 

Laurie: Hi, this is Laurie McCabe here with the SMB Group Spotlight and today I’m talking to Peter Chase, who is the founder and executive Vice President for Business Development at Scribe Software. 1,258 more words


Vishwesh Krishnamoorthy

via Platform Magazine

“We know Vishwesh Krishnamoorthy for many reasons; as the front man of the brutal but amazingly hilarious metal band Scribe, as the director of… 116 more words



Before the invention of the printing press books were written by hand, usually by monks working in a room called a ‘Scriptorium’. The ‘Scriptorium’ was a small space, in the monastery, next to the library. 127 more words


Interesting People of the Bible: Who was Ezra? Part 2

To get a further understanding of what God was preparing, one must turn to the prophecies of the Minor Prophets Haggai, Zechariah and Malachi. They remind us of the promised kingdom to David, still yet to come. 540 more words


Interesting People of the Bible: Who was Ezra? Part 1

Scholars say the books of Ezra and Nehemiah were one book originally and that Ezra was the scribe that wrote them both, along with 1 and 2 Chronicles. 483 more words


In Focus: Scribe

via Platform Magazine

“Our favourite Indian metal band, Scribe released their album, Hail Mogambo in September and are ready to play many shows including the… 56 more words