Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Saturday, July 9

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

Calisphere, the University of California’s Gateway to Digital Collections Adds Expert Curated “Exhibitions” (InfoDocket)

50 untranslatable words from around the world  (The Digital Reader)

ALM takes ‘Connecticut Law Tribune’ digital-only (TNM)

New Research Article: “Measuring the Impact of Digitized Theses: Case Study From the London School of Economics” (InfoDocket)

Prince Online Museum Launches, Access 20 Years of Singer’s Archived Websites (InfoDocket)

Amazon KDP and Kindle Unlimited: What It Means for Authors and Publishers (Written Word Media)

How to Make your Book Free on Amazon KDP (Kindle Direct Publishing) (Written Word Media)

Amazon Launches “Edition M” Thriller/Mystery Imprint in Germany (The Digital Reader)

ProQuest Adds 30 Million Pages to Digital Historical Collections (Campus Technology)

Wellcome Trust to Launch an Open Research Publishing Platform this Fall, Powered by F1000Research (InfoDocket)

The Translation of Thomas Becket (Medieval manuscripts blog)

The Latest Supreme Court Ruling On Kirtsaeng Hints at a Possible Expansion of Fair Use, (The Digital Reader)

Why Audiobooks Are Not the Same Thing as Books (Digital Book World)

Reference: New Database of More Than 6,000 Digitized Chinese-Canadian Artifacts Available Online (InfoDocket)

Exporting Finnish Digitized Historical Newspaper Contents for Offline Use (D-Lib Magazine)

More women scholars! Great graphic novels. And SO much literary fiction. Our 2016 translations report explains all: (French

Martin Van Buren Papers, 1787 to 1910, a New Digital Collection From Library of Congress (InfoDocket)

ECJ Advocate General: The lending of electronic books is comparable to the lending of traditional books (Curia)

Best coloring books for adults on the iPad (iMore)

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