Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Saturday, July 30

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

Report: “Transforming Libraries in Myanmar: The E-Library Myanmar Project” (InfoDocket)

Mike Shatzkin imagines events that could upend publishing as much as the Kindle or the demise of Borders (Teleread)

TeleRead’s latest hacker threat forces our archival site to go offline (Teleread)

Archiveteam: saving our digital heritage. (LisNEWS)

Publisher restrictions on ebooks & impact in India (Medianama)

New Survey Shows Used and Rented Textbooks Still Trump e-Textbooks (The Digital Reader)

The Metadata Handbook, 2nd Edition A Publisher's Guide to Creating and Distributing Metadata for Print and Ebooks (DBW Store)

Serial Reader Delivers Bite Sized Reads (GalleyCat)

Study looks at digital disruption in business, a problem publishers should be familiar with (TNM)

AAP Reports eBook Revenues Down 18.7% in February 2016 (The Digital Reader)

Reader Audiences and Analytics: What Do They Really Reveal? (The Book Designer)

Google Play Family Library Lets (Some) Share eBooks, Other (The Digital Reader)

Guardian News & Media reports £69m loss, 50K new digital subscribers can not make up for advertising losses (TNM)

Video: “Digitizing the Collections” at the University of Oklahoma Libraries (InfoDocket)

Rakuten Invests in Digital Content Provider getAbstract (The Digital Reader)

The New York Times reports Q2 loss, print ad revenue falls 14% (TNM)

Kobo Teases August Launch Date for its New 7.8" eReader. the Aura One (The Digital Reader)

Report: “The Vatican Library Digitizes 1,600-Year-Old Edition of Virgil” (InfoDocket)

e-Book Cover Design Awards, June 2016 (The Book Designer)

Why Indie Authors Don’t Need to Bother With B&N’s In-Store POD Program (The Digital Reader)

image by Annie Mole

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