Pseudonymously on the Web

There have been a lot of blogging on the Golb case recently, and for good reasons. This is a very special case, and I think it should be repudiated. Most recently, Mark Goodacre has a very good posting on it: The Ethics and the Practicalities of Blogging in the wake of the Raphael Golb affair.
But I am a little surprised that so many (all?) do not add some comments on the pseudonymous blog of a person calling himself NT Wrong. I never liked that case either, and I think that some of the persons most supportive, even interviewing this socalled NT Wrong, should have some second thoughts about that case.
I realize that it is not the same to post comments on others blogs pseudonymously, but is it not just a matter of degree when you start a blog yourselves, hiding you real self behind a pseudonym?

More on Iphone

The Olive tree came up with an interesting update on their Bible  program for Iphone yesterday: now it is possible to split the screen and have two versions available. This is a feature I had on my Palm, but so far, it has not been available on Iphone.  In fact it is so new that their webpages do not reflect it yet. They speak about version 4.5, but this is version 4.6.

Have a look at it yourself. In my opinion, Olive tree has the best Bible program for Iphone; they even have a Norwegian translation of the Bible available, but, alas, not the most common and official version from the Norwegian Bible society, but a ‘private’ version. This is probably due to copyright issues. I hope the Norwegian Bible Society will get up, and be more involved in promoting their translation for digital applications.