thanks to matt stone for posting about the infinity Bible project. this is a website with multiple versions of the Bible (no NRSV...) in multiple languages. the interesting thing is that it's interactive in a 'social newtwork' kind of way. you and your friends can share notes on the text, sermon ideas, questions, etc. as with other social online platforms, you can follow and friend people in order to share your thoughts with them or simply read theirs. on signing up, i was confronted with a long list of academics and Christian leaders who I could follow (mainly US, mainly white, mainly 'evangelical').
I go to Matthew 6, the Lord's Prayer, and there next to is is a link to a website with a sermon that someone has preached on this text. I can highlight text and add notes myself. The current online tools (Matthew Henry commentary and Strong's Concordance) are, well... sooooo last century!
At present there mainly seem to be links to other online stuff that the famous folks on the site have written. eg. Genesis 1 and there's a 'related' link to Tony Campolo talking about women & leadership in the church. a long bow perhaps?
Anyway, it's an interesting concept and worth a play. Go watch the intro movie.