Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Saturday, February 18

Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Saturday, February 18 Link Post Morning Coffee Editor's Note: The following is a compilation of tweets from @PaulKBiba, the former editor of Teleread.

One document at a time: How a history professor is digitally preserving pieces of Cuba's history (The Shorthorn)

The official Ogilvy Key Digital Trends for 2017. Interesting predictions. (Booknet Canada)

NSR Post: ProQuest launches free access to its databases for researchers affected by travel ban (No Shelf Required)

The View From the Top of Amazon’s Heap (John Scalzi)

Which digital book format has the most growth potential? (Joe Wikert)

Publishers: We need your data to put together an up-to-date picture of the state of Can. digital publishing in 2016! (Booknet Canada)

Edge Web Browser Reads eBooks Aloud in Latest Windows 10 Build (The Digital Reader)

Western Sydney U. Provides E-Textbooks From 60 Academic Publishers to Students via ProQuest’s Ebook Central Platform (Infodocket)

Today is #WorldRadioDay! Explore nearly 8,000 historic #pubmedia radio recordings in our online portal: (American Archive)

NSR Post: Croatia Reads was not about Croatia [but about free access to books for all mankind] (No Shelf Required)

ProQuest’s new white paper explores obstacles and opportunities in managing collections (print and electronic) (No Shelf Required)

Apple to Publishers, Authors: No MFN Enforcement in Canada Until 2020 (The Digital Reader)

The Internet Archive Offers to Host PACER Data and Make it All Available For Free (Infodocket)

Tribute to Palmyra Is the Getty’s First-Ever Online Exhibition (Hyperallertic)

W3C and EME: it isn't about preventing DRM but saving the W3C (Baldur Bjarnason)

Vancouver Scanning Service Now Offers Digitization Services for Antique Books (Marketwired)

Why Audiobooks Are the Digital Book Format With the Most Growth Potential (The Digirtal Reader)

Börsenverein begrüßt gleichberechtige Bereitstellung von E-Books und Büchern in der Deutschen Nationalbibliothek (Boersenverein)

Why university libraries must be transformed to survive in digital age (Library Stuff)

LISWire: The Hershey Company's Technical Intelligence Library goes live on Koha with ByWater Solutions (LISWire)

The Best of NSR: Technology is not the death of deep reading (No Shelf Required)

Exact Editions Adds MuseumsEtc Content (Infotoday)

Audiobooks.com offers full Apple Watch and Android Wear smartwatch compatibility (PRNewswire)

9 Statistics Writers Should Know About Amazon (Jane Friedman)

Western Sydney University makes etextbooks available for free to all first-year students (No Shelf Required)

APA Launches 3rd Annual Audiobook Blogger of the Year Contest (The Digital Reader)

Audiobook Sales Up at HarperCollins, Simon & Schuster, Hachette (The Digital Reader)

Newspapers aim to ride 'Trump Bump' to reach readers, advertisers (Reuters)

New From Stanford U. Digital Libray: Collotype Art Reproduction of Restricted 1636-1640 T?sh?sha Engi Scrolls (Infodocket)

Free Trial Alert: Race Relations in America, a timely new resource concerning all (No Shelf Required)

An Online Catalogue for All 25,000 of William Henry Fox Talbot’s Photographs (Hyperallergic)

A New Digital Collection From U. of Houston Libraries: “Socialist and Communist Pamphlets” (Infodocket)

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