Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Saturday, March 4

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

Do you speak French, German, Dutch or Slovene? We need help with transcription of #WW1LoveLetters in these languages (Europeana)

Top posts this week ? A handy guide to using Google Keep to collect and digitize quotes from print #books (Ebook Friendly)

Read about ebook market page 50 onwards excellent analysis by @Bruegel_org #geoblocking @DSMeu (Booksellers Federation)

National Libraries: “National Library of Australia Building Two Libraries to Capture Past, Present and Future” (Infodocket)

UK monthly Legal Business launches new digital edition app featuring live, updated content (Talking New Media)

Hugh Howey’s “Wool” Now Available in the Kindle in Motion Enhanced eBook Format (The Digital Reader)

Report: UK Government Extends Library Lending Scheme to eBooks (Infodocket)

Smithsonian and National Art Education Assoc. Partner on Teaching with Digital Resources (Campus Technology)

Boom! Pow! Ka-Ching!: Sales of Digital Comics and Graphic Novels (Publishing Trends)

LISWire: Brill Partners with Havana-based Casa de las Américas on Digital Cuban Culture Collection (LISWire)

Can Comic Books Last? Publishers' Views On Future of Serialized Comics - Newsarama (Newsarama)

More humanities and social sciences books made available for free via Knowledge Unlatched (No Shelf Required)

New Pirate Site Focuses on Audiobooks (The Digital Reader)

Major Educational Content Providers And Distributors Join Together To Fight Counterfeit Textbooks (PRNewswire)

Take a look at the highlights of our Business Plan and find out what to look forward too in 2017! (Europeana)

Version 2.0 of the European Data Portal Now Live (Infodocket)

Deep in the weeds of publishing economics (Idealog)

Reference: NASA Releases New Edition of Software Catalog, Granting the Public Free Access to Technical Applications (Infodocket)

Maine Libraries Launch New Download Service for E-books and E-audiobooks (Maine State Libraries)

We are proud to work again with so many great partners: Europeana Business Plan 2017 (Europeana)

How to Print Dyslexia Friendly Books – and Why (Selfpublishing Advice)

Stream 8,000 Vintage Afropop Recordings Digitized & Made Available by The British Library (Open Culture)

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