Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Saturday, December 31

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

eBooks in Italy (AIE Portal)

Over 250,000 Photographs from the George Eastman Museum Go Online (Hyperallergic)

The U.S. is still dragging its feet about ratifying a treaty to help blind people access copyrighted works. (Electronic Frontier Foundation)

Watership Down author Richard Adams dies aged 96 (The Guardian)

Croatia: For a Limited Time, Croatians Get Free Access to a Digital Library of 100,000 Books (Infodocket)

All Romance eBooks is Shutting Down (The Digital Reader)

National Gallery of Denmark Releases Digital Casts of Sculptures Into Public Domain (Infodocket)

New Journal Preprint: Worth the Wait? Using Past Patterns to Determine Wait Periods for E-Books Released After Print (Infodocket)

11 Websites To Find Free Audiobooks Online (Bookriot)

Download 20 Free eBooks on Design from O’Reilly Media (Open Culture)

Brein Secures Ex Parte Injunction & Fine Against Alleged Seller of Pirated eBooks (The Digital Reader)

The Kindle Effect (Fortune)

“Navajos Hope to Digitally Preserve Thousands of Hours of Oral History” (Infodocket)

The challenges and opportunities presented by digitization at @NISOInfo LSA member Harvard's libraries (The Crimson)

“How adtech, not ad blocking, breaks the social contract” by Doc Searls (Medium)

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