Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Saturday, June 4

6498602811_9dd509fdb7_bEditor's Note: The following is a compilation of tweets from @PaulKBiba, the former editor of Teleread.

An Editor’s View of Digital Publishing (

Asia's Potential Monsoon of Ebook Sales: Philip Tatham on ASEAN (PP)

Why teenagers are so resistant to e-readers (The Guardian)

New Survey Shows 26% of Brazilians Have Read an eBook in the Past 3 Months (The Digital Reader)

Who is Cliff?: A History of CliffsNotes (Book Riot)

Ebook Metadata: Everything You Need to Know (DBW)

The Caribbean Memory Project Is #Crowdsourcing Family Histories to Preserve the Region’s #CulturalHeritage (InfoDocket)

British Library Digitizes 300 Treasures from 20th Century Authors: Virginia Woolf, T.S. Eliot, James Joyce & More (OpenCulture)

Knowledge Unlatched has released some impressive usage statistics (No Shelf Required)

How to Suggest New Kindle Features to Amazon (The Digital Reader)

VitalSource Partners with Clever to Streamline Bookshelf Platform (DBW)

Update on library campaign for lower e-book prices (Teleread)

Data: 2015 U.S. Book Industry Year-End Review From Nielsen/BookScan (Nielsen)

Reuters survey: readers won't pay for online news (Press Gazette)

Hummingbird Digital Media Amasses Over 3,000 Publishers (DBW)

Thought leaders join forces in helping Total Boox advance cutting-edge ebook initiatives (No Shelf Required)

8 Ebook Discovery Services Compared (Self-Publishing Advice)

Civolution and Digimarc Watermarking Patent Applications (MRM)

DVD Release Delays Boost Piracy and Hurt Sales, Study Shows (Torrent Freak)

From paying the bills, to £2000 a day: making a killing from self-publishing (The Guardian)

TKC 409 Chang Kim on Bite-Sized Content (The Kindle Chronicles)

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