Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Saturday, October 15

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

Bowker Now Claims 625,327 US Indie Books Published in 2015, and Other Meaningless Factoids (The Digital Reader)

The Case for ISBNs (The Digital Reader)

You Bought It, but You Don’t Own It - The uncertain future of copyright in the on-demand age (Slate)

Warning Messages for “Faulty” eBooks now Showing Up on (The Digital Reader)

Aldi to Open eBookstore in Germany (The Digital Reader)

The Policy Landscape for Digital Libraries in Canada Discussed in New Report (Infodocket)

Collaboration Between Library of Congress and Galileo Museum Launches Interactive Multimedia Online Resource (Infodocket)

The Hagströmer Medico-Historical Library: amazing collection of high-res scans (BoingBoing)

Copyright in the EU: what do publishers make of the new directive proposal? (International Publishers)

Wattpad Teams With Gallery Books (Adweek)

Sweden’s NationalMuseum Releases 3,000 Hi-Res Images on Wikimedia Commons (Infodocket)

Firebrand Technologies Bought a Book Blog from Zola Books (The Digital Reader)

Oct 2016 Author Earnings Report (Author Earnings Report)

The New York Times Co. unveils redesigned print and digital International Edition (Talking New Media)

O’Reilly has released FREE eBooks (no-DRM) on Programming and other topics (Pocketables)

Elsevier Announces Third eBook in Library Learning Trends Series (Marketwired)

Council on Library and Information Resources Awarded $2.7 Million for New Program to Preserve Recordings at Risk (Infodocket)

Bitkom: One in Three Germans Readers Have Read an eBook (The Digital Reader)

Cylo Launches Allexis ePublishing Platform (Digital Book World)

Take a look at the Schedule for the Very Anticipated Festival Albertine from Nov 2nd to Nov 6th (French Culture)

Open Road Integrated Media to Launch The Portalist Website (Adweek)

German Museum Wins Copyright Lawsuit Against Visitor Who Uploaded Photos to Wikipedia (Art Forum)

Inkitt Posts Author Contract Online in Act of Transparency (Digital Book World)

Shadow Warrior 2 developers say DRM is a waste of time (Ars Technica)

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