One of my favorite bibliobloggers is Rick Brannon, because he can be guaranteed to deliver one of two things: an interesting post in some way involving Koine or adorable pictures of his kid. Rick actually was the first biblioblogger I ever followed and led to the discovery of Chris Brady, Jim West, and the rest of the biblioblogging community. I was actually scouring the internet in search of Greek texts of Chrysostom’s works, and hoping I could score a free digital copy of Migne (oh how naive I was! ) when I happened upon ricoblog. Anyway, to the subject at hand. Senor Brannon has just posted a full translation of the Didache with lots of good footnotes which he has created. You can find the document here. Rick downplays the usefulness of his text in light of the myriad of others, but frankly I think it would be very useful if a student wanted to practice his Greek by translating the Didache. He would have yet another text to compare to, or if he lacks the funds to purchase others it allows him to at least translate in dialogue with someone else.