Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Saturday, July 2

22310715395_c90caa233f_hEditor's Note: The following is a compilation of tweets from @PaulKBiba, the former editor of Teleread.

Let European copyright catch up with reality (Wikimedia blog)

B&N Claims 9% of eBook Market Has 2M Nook Users, Pins Future on Vinyl and Other Highlights from Investor Phone Call (The Digital Reader)

Announcing Amazon Inspire, a Free Service for Digital Educational Resources (Amazon PR)

AAP: Ebooks Decline, Audio Grows and Publishers’ Sales Drop (DBW)

Barnes & Noble Launches Nook Press Print Platform (The Digital Reader)

The Romance Writers of America and Nielsen Want You To Focus on e-Books

Deutsche Bahn Debuts Free Streaming Audiobook Library on ICE Trains (The Digital Reader)

Amazon Announces Page Flip– A New Way to Hop, Skim, and Jump through Kindle Books (Amazon PR)

README: Digital News from The New York Public Library (LibraryStuff)

Wattpad Seeks Submissions in Writing Contest (GalleyCat)

So, what now? Our plans to support authors following the referendum result (UK Society of Authors)

About 200,000 #Rijksmuseum Works of Art Now Viewable Online via Google Arts & Culture (InfoDocket)

A few figures and facts about The Washington Post’s digital transition under Jeff Bezos (NiemanLab)

Video: “Library E-book Platforms: An Update” (DPLAfest 2016 Panel Discussion) (InfoDocket)

The Surprising History of the Infographic (Smithsonian)

Best e-book reader apps for Android (AndroidCentral)

Culture Heritage: Two New Publications on Improving Search in Europeana Collections (InfoDocket)

HathiTrust Makes Digitized Books Available for Blind and Print-Disabled Readers (InfoToday)

ARL gets 20th Ratification of Marrakesh Treaty to Improve Global Access to Publications for Print-Disabled Users (InfoDocket)

Amazon Pulls Content From Inspire Teacher Site Over Copyright Issues  (The Digital Reader)

Nook Press is Spamming Authors With Payment Emails (The Digital Reader)

An Eye-Popping Collection of 400+ Japanese Matchbox Covers: From 1920 through the 1940s (Open Culture)

Software Heritage: Creating a safe haven for software (Boing BoingSoftware Heritage)

Litsy Social Reading App (GalleyCat)

Ebook Accessibility Workshop: Why, How, and What For w/ @lauraB7 now available on demand #BISG)

ONIX for Books: Essentials training seminar w/ Graham Bell now available on demand (BISG)

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