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Glo: The Bible Goes Digital and Social

Taking the bible into the digital age, Glo has transformed the traditional paper format bible into a fairly spectacular interactive experience.

Dan Gould
Dan Gould on October 15, 2009.

Taking the bible into the digital age, Glo has transformed the traditional paper format bible into a fairly spectacular interactive experience. A user-friendly interface provides easy access to any section or topic, and the program is filled with virtual tours, video, maps and artwork to bring the story to life. Glo runs on Windows only at this point (using up a whopping 18 gigs of disk space), and needs to be connected to the internet to work. Social components are coming soon to allow users to share favorite bits, and communicate with each other.

Watch a preview of Glo below:



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