These pages contain some info, helps, tricks to working in biblical studies with biblical languages on and with computers. I have organized the information on each page in an FAQ format. If I have missed anything, please give suggestions, corrections, etc. in the comments.
But before you click on any of the links above, let me first rebuke anyone who is not yet using Unicode. There is no excuse. I don’t care if you’re used to what you started out on. I don’t care if none of the Unicode fonts appeal to you (you’re wrong). I don’t care if Unicode fonts don’t have the correct apparatus marks (there’s some merit to this argument, but you’re still wrong). Least of all, I don’t care if it’s too hard to change. Unicode minimizes compatibility problems, Unicode is the international language, Unicode is the language of the future, this is the 21st century, Obama is (almost) the President, and it’s time for a change, people!