Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Saturday, January 28

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

Digital publishing is redefining book trade in the Indian market (Sunday Guardian)

Canada’s Agency eBook Pricing Settlement Will Have Little Impact on eBook Prices (The Digital Reader)

Six Historical Newspapers Added to National Library of Singapore’s NewspaperSG Portal (Infodocket)

MoMA Will Make Thousands of Exhibition Images Available Online (NY Times)

Patreon is helping The Asheville Blade connect directly with readers — and skip over advertisers entirely (Newman Lab)

OCLC Research Releases New Report on Digitization in Public and State Libraries (Infodocket)

Amazon Moves to Avoid EU Fines Over Publishing Contracts (ABC News)

South Africa’s Exclusive Books Customers Move to Canada’s Kobo (Publishing Perspectives)

Adam Matthew Rolls Out East India Company Archive (Infotoday)

Library of Congress Moves the George Washington Papers to New Online Platform (Infodocket)

Amazon to Give Up MFN Clause to Settle EU Probe Over eBooks Contracts? (The Digital Reader)

According to @getshelfie, the success of ebook subscription services depends on two things : (BookNet Canada)

Publishers urged to respond to Amazon’s new e-book offer (The Bookseller)

Kickstarter: EPUBReader for Firefox
Continue reading ebooks in Firefox with Add-on EPUBReader. Rewrite needed (Kickstarter)

Carcanet Press partners with Exact Editions on digital platform for The Carcanet Collection (Talking New Media)

AAP Reports Publisher Print Sales Up, eBook Sales Down 18.9% Through August 2016 (The Digital Reader)

What readers want (and what we are not giving them) (No Shelf Required)

If You See Something, Save Something – 6 Ways to Save Pages In the Wayback Machine (Internet Archive)

California Digital Library (CDL) Releases Revised/Upgraded Version of Model License (Infodocket)

Glasstree Debuts New Ebook Service (Infotoday)

Exact Editions Launches Single Publisher Subscription Plans (The Digital Reader)

Scribd Adds Seven Magazine Titles to Its Catalog (The Digital Reader)

Amazon to Shutter Its Write On Author Community on 22 March (The Digital Reader)

The Psychomachia: An Early Medieval Comic Book (British Library)

Bookish hacker finds holes in Amazon, Apple, Google epub services (The Register)

Adobe Digital Editions Now Available for Android (The Digital Reader)

The Oldest Version of Adobe Digital Editions No Longer Works With OverDrive’s Library eBooks (The Digital Reader)

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