Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Saturday, February 11

Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Saturday, February 11 Link Post Morning Coffee Editor's Note: The following is a compilation of tweets from @PaulKBiba, the former editor of Teleread.

Absolutely fascinating essay by @pablod regarding dynamic comic layouts for digital comics (Digital Comics)

Demand for Digital Courseware Is Higher Than Supply, Survey Says (Educational Technology)

Will the W3C/IDPF merger really change anything? (Teleread)

Kickstarter Campaign Launched to Fund EPUBReader for Firefox (The Digital Reader)

Digitised copies of manuscripts and archives in the British Library’s collections (British Library)

US government agency pops 16 years of solar weather data online (The Register)

The Failure of Print and E-Book Bundling (Copyright and Technology)

Blackstone Audio Buys Audio Editions,By Shannon Maughan (Publishers Weekly)

Genre writers' groups issue statement protesting NY Times elim. of mass market & ebook bestseller lists (corr. link) (Publishers Weekly)

Research Tools: “Digitization Project Preserving Century of Catholic Newspapers, Newsfeeds” (Library Journal)

UNESCO Thesaurus Published with Semantic Web Standards and Open-Source Software (Infodocket)

What's New With the Top 3 Ebook Vendors (Infotoday)

Preservica Commits to Digital Preservation Group (Infotoday)

"E-Data Quality: How Publishers and Libraries are Working Together to Improve Data Quality" (Digital Scholarship)

The Metropolitan Museum of Art makes 375,000 images of public art freely available under Creative Commons Zero (Wikimedia)

New center supports digital exploration in the humanities (Vanderbilt)

The Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago is free online (University of Chicage)

Dictionary of dead language complete after 90 years (BBC)

New Digital Collection From @uwlibraries: #Glacier and #Landforms Photographs (Infodocket)

North Carolina launches new eBook sharing service for children (Bladen Journal)

History: New Digital Collection: Prague Spring Archive Portal Launches Online (Infodocket)

Search For Creative Commons Licensed Content With New CC Search (Beta) (Infodocket)

New Resource: Interactive Maps for Wild and Scenic Rivers Now Live on http://Rivers.gov (Infodocket)

I Wish Apple Loved Books (Dimsum Thinking)

The New York Times and Spotify Come Together to Deliver Ultimate All-Access News and Music Experience (Businesswire)

New Online: Video Recording of "Building the Better #Ebook and Beyond" Session at CNI Fall 2016 Meeting (Infodocket)

European Union takes aim at geo-blocking, lets travelers stream media across country lines (Liliputing)

Apple Doesn’t Love iBooks (The Digital Reader)

The British bi-monthly magazine ‘Blues Matters’ announces digital archive project (Talking New Media)

Pronoun One-Ups CreateSpace, Now Lets Authors Control Their ISBNs (The Digital Reader)

“Early American Cookbooks: Creating and Analyzing a Digital Collection Using the HathiTrust Research Center Portal” (Infodocket)

GOBI Makes Spanish-Language Ebooks Available (Infotoday)

Kobo Aura One is Back in Stock (The Digital Reader)

Browse Every Art Exhibition Held at MoMA Since 1929 with the New “MoMA Exhibition Spelunker” (Open Culture)

Learn the basics of EBSCO Discovery Service in a free webinar, next Thursday at 2 PM EST (EBSCO)

Samhain Publishing to Close on 28 February 2017 (The Digital Reader)

Map showing the homeland of every character in Homer’s Iliad (Kottke)

Has Amazon Ended Support for Old Kindle Models? (The Digital Reader)

Early Victorian Photos Featured on New Website, William Henry Fox Talbot Catalogue Raisonné Launches Online (Infodocket)

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