Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Saturday, April 8

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

The Illustrated Prague Haggadah That Survived 500 Years Digitized, and Now Online From National Library of Israel (Infodocket)

Norway Gets a New Doomsday Vault That Stores Data (Gizmodo)

Download:Accessible eBook Guidelines for Self-Publishing Authors created by IAF @WIPO @ABCbooks4all (IAF)

History: Four New Digital Collections Available Online From the Library of Congress (Infodocket)

Oggi segnaliamo DMMapp, una mappa interattiva che aiuta a trovare manoscritti digitalizzati in... (DMMApp)

Unesco warns the World Wide Web Consortium that DRM is incompatible with free expression (BoingBoing)

“The Rise of Reading Analytics and the Emerging Calculus of Reader Privacy in the Digital World” (Infodocket)

Gvido Dual-Screen Sheet Music Reader to Ship This Summer, Will Cost Twice the Price of an iPad Pro 2.9 (The Digital Reader)

New White Paper: Watermarking Technology and Blockchains in the Music Industry (Copyright and Technology)

This Home-Made Book Scanner Uses an iPhone, Scans 24 Pages Per Minute (The Digital Reader)

Nook for Android Updated with Voice Search (The Digital Reader)

Reference Resource: Ontario University Libraries Collaborate to Release Over 1000 Historical Maps Online (Infodocket)

How do the Changes to Amazon’s Affiliate Program Impact Authors? (Written Word Media)

Russian Retailer LitRes Announces New .fb3 Ebook Format (Publishing Perspectives)

A Trove of Early Japanese Animated Films Is Now Online (Hyperallergic)

Working on a #digitization project? Walk through the ins and outs of #copyright with DPLA's @franky_abbott: (DPLA)

Kobo acquires Shelfie technology that allows readers to get free or discounted eBooks of print books they own (Talking New Media)

Kudos Shares Findings of Survey on Article Sharing (Infotoday)

DPLA Lays Out Future Ebook Strategies (Infotoday)

How to buy and read e-books in Windows 10 Creators Update (Windows Central)

Ebooks usage 2016: a glance at the figures (Ebooks Cambridge)

De Gruyter and major university presses are making 500 books and journal articles across nine topical areas freely (No Shelf Required)

Kindle Create Lets You Make a Kindle eBook From a Word File (The Digital Reader)

LISWire: Cutting through the complexity of electronic resources management (LISWire)

Indiana U Students Save $3.5 Million Through Digital Textbook Program (Campus Technology)

8 Apps That Help You Make eBooks (The Digital Reader)

Library of Congress Digitizes 19th-Century Photos of Black Women Activists (Hyperallergic)

ProQuest’s mission to keep up with the high and growing demand for Chinese-language content (No Shelf Required)

Dot's challenge to design a smartwatch for the blind (Wareable)

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