A slight continuation of the previous post of Bibles. I have started my Greek classes (of which there will be at least 2 more, and then exegesis classes) and it has finally stuck. These next few days will be filled with studying for my mid-term, but I did find a fun little help and translation aid.
Greek Study Bible (or greekstudybible.org) is a fun and challenging way to start getting better at your greek. If you have BibleWorks (boo) or Accordance (YEAH), some of this will be redundant. But for those of you that are cheap or have no need to invest several hundred dollars in bible/language software this is the best thing for you. Even if you do use the fancy softwares, this makes things interesting on one note. It has an interesting translation feature that supposedly lets you translate passages and the next time you look at that passage your translation is right there, side by side. I have only been on the site for an hour or so, but it seems pretty neat. I found it via the better bibles blog. This is another site that is turning into a favorite.
There are also mild social networking features (like every other site in the world now) that allow you to link up and share notes and translations with friends, and even have joint study groups. Like every other thing out there, my user name is simply chadbrooks, so let me know if you are around and you can make fun of my attempts to learn greek.