When I’m not learning Greek and Hebrew, I’m generally learning web programming languages. The big thing at the moment, on web-tutorial sites, is screencasting. So, I’m going to have a go at applying screencasts to learning Greek, Hebrew and Aramaic. But given that I’m skint (and tight) I don’t want to pay out for expensive screencasting software, so I’m going to use the free application.

Think but a cheaper, shorter version for all three languages.

Anyway, this is my very first test with screenr:

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