Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Saturday, July 23

85515856_e56aae92bf_oEditor's Note: The following is a compilation of tweets from @PaulKBiba, the former editor of Teleread.

Romance Makes up 4% of Print, and 45% of eBook Sales (The Digital Reader)

Kindle Unlimited Payout, Funding Jumps in June 2016 (The Digital Reader)

eMusic Relaunches Audiobook Store as eStories (DBW)

Get content in over 50 languages from OverDrive (Overdrive)

Digital maps at the Osher Map Library show promise and perils of digitization. (Slate)

Want to beat piracy? Drop DRM, CD Projekt says (McVuk)

Indigo Goes Where Amazon, B&N, Goodreads, and a Dozen Publishers and Startups Have Dared to Tread (The Digital Reader)

Google's Art and Culture app turns your phone into a museum (Engadget)

These are the 6 reasons why newspapers typically decide to drop their paywalls (Nieman JL)

This Infographic Crams In Over 30 Essential Google Search Tips (Lifehacker)

BBC launches its iPlayer Radio app in the U.S. (Android Central)

Bookshelf GPS adds interactive, personalized content to VitalSource’s textbook library (Techcrunch)

Hachette, Booktrack Partner to Stave Off the Inevitable Technological Obscurity of Soundtracked eBooks (The Digital Reader)

Google makes it easier to read (some) comic books on smartphones with Bubble Zoom (Liliputing)

That didn’t take long: IsoHunt already has a working KickassTorrent mirror (TNW)

America's broken digital copyright law is about to be challenged in court (The Guardian)

Blockai uses the blockchain to protect your copyright and find those infringing on it (TNW)

Updated List of Digitised ancient, medieval and early modern Hyperlinks by the British Library (British Library)

Do Students Lose Depth in Digital Reading? (The Digital Reader)

The Fastest-Growing Format in Publishing: Audiobooks (WSJ)

Digitizing Braille Music (Library of Congress)

image by Annie Mole

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