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

Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Saturday, February 4 calibre Link Post Morning Coffee Editor's Note: The following is a compilation of tweets from @PaulKBiba, the former editor of Teleread.

Library of Congress Releases New, Extensive Digitized Collection of Walt Whitman Primary Documents a (Infodocket)

The US ‘Six Strikes’ Anti-Piracy Scheme is Dead (Torrent Freak)

Latest Kindle for PC no longer uses Calibre-compatible AZW files (Teleread)

"Out of Print: The Orphans of Mass Digitization" (Digital Koans)

E-book Price Promotion Analysis (Dan Koboldt)

New Digital Collection: Documents from King George III Go Online (Infodocket)

Report: Auschwitz Death Camp Puts Database of Prison Guards Online (Infodocket)

Kindle for PC gains text-to-speech (but makes stripping DRM harder) (Liliputing)

BookNet Canada Reports Print, eBook Sales Down in 2016 (The Digital Reader)

eBook Bundle Service Elly’s Choice Goes International, Rebrands as Book Choice (The Digital Reader)

New Kindle Publishing Guidelines Swaps References to “E-ink” with “e-Reader” (The Digital Reader)

Harvard Release Entire Photography Course Online – with Retouching Lessons Too! (Educational Technology)

A Bounty Hunting Service for E-Book Piracy (Copyright and Technology)

What books want (and what we are misunderstanding) (No Shelf Required)

Digital Collections: 42,000 Items From Michigan Libraries Now Live on DPLA (Infodocket)

Data and Ebooks! Toronto Public Library Now Offers Ebook Dashboard (Beta) (Infodocket)

Radish Raises $3 Million, Serves Up Bite-Sized Fiction (The Digital Reader)

Library Copyright Alliance Shares Comments About U.S. Copyright Office Reform, New Register of Copyrights (Infodocket)

Digital Library Federation Introduces New and Improved #Digitization Cost Calculator (Infodocket)

Digital Publishing: W3C and IDPF Officially Combine (Infodocket)

Library of Congress Digitizes Sigmund Freud Collection, Over 20,000 Items Now Available Online (Infodocket)

INGRES Conference Part II - Trade Secret, Copyright, Design and Trade Mark Law Developments (IPKitten)

Police Seize Domains of Fifty ‘Pirate’ Newspaper and Magazine Sites (TorrentFreak)

Lighthouse Guild & Bookshare Announce Program Offering OnLine Library for Free to Students Who Are Visually Impaired (PRNewswire)

Agency pricing didn’t restrain Amazon; it strengthened them (Idealog)

B&N Recalls Defective Charger for $50 Nook Android Tablet (The Digital Reader)

University of Idaho Releases First Public Digital Repository of Archaeology from American WWII Internment Camps (Infodocket)

Interactive eBook Standard Could Take on Web Qualities with W3C Merger (Mac Observer)

GOBI® Library Solutions from EBSCO Partners with Digitalia Hispanica to Provide Spanish E-Book Content Through GOBI (LisWire)

What REALLY Sold in 2016? (SFWA)

Smashwords to Supply Nearly 300,000 Titles to Bibliotheca CloudLibrary (Smashwords)

Google is Now Selling Snack-Sized eBooks in India (The Digital Reader)

Baker & Taylor Launches Library eBook App for Your Web Browser (The Digital Reader)

Following Declining Conference Attendance, Staff Leaves DBW (The Digital Reader)

How to enable/disable privacy protection in Google Analytics (it's easy to get wrong!) (Go to Hellman)

CNet: IDPF-W3C Merger Will Enable eBooks to Have Tech It Already Has Which No One Wants (The Digital Reader)

Newspaper readers in the U.K. still spend nearly 90 percent of their time with print. Oh well? (Nieman Labs)

The Kindle Chronicles: Thad McIlroy, President of The Future of Publishing (Kindle Chronicles)

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