Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Saturday, February 25

Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Saturday, February 25 Link Post Morning Coffee Editor's Note: The following is a compilation of tweets from @PaulKBiba, the former editor of Teleread.

Kindle Unlimited Funding Pool Increases by $1 Million as the Per-Page Royalty Drops in January 2017 (The Digital Reader)

Reference: List: Dozens of African American Newspapers are Available in Chronicling America (Infodocket)

The State of iBooks in Early 2017 (Tidbits)

Digitizing Route Books from the Golden Age of the American Circus (Hyperallergic)

“How fonts influence users’ perception of your product” by Alessio Laiso @AlessioLaiso / @ibmdesign | Medium (IBM Design)

UC San Diego: “University Librarian Helps Guide Efforts to Preserve Digitized Buddhist Art in China’s Mogao Caves” (Infodocket)

Mise en ligne de | Bulletin des bibliothèques de France (BBF)

Von Be Don: A few notes on a recent digital publishing project in Iceland (Baldur Bjarnason)

@biladew explains how to use InDesign's Anchored Objects to create quality ebooks (Booknet Canada)

Major changes to trademark law in Turkey: read all about it (IPkitten)

e-Book Cover Design Awards, January 2017 (The Book Designer)

A Network of 50 French Libraries Join Europe’s eBooks on Demand (EOD) Library Network (Infodocket)

Iowa: “Saving 12 Million Pages of Iowa Newspaper History is Hard. Seeing it all Online May be Harder” (Infodocket)

Online Piracy Can Boost Comic Book Sales, Research Finds (TorrentFreak)

Utah: 171,000 Digitized Images From Salt Lake Tribune Photo Archives (1930s-1960s) Now Available Online (Infodocket)

European Space Agency slaps CC licences on its pics and vids ()

Every NY Times front page in under a minute (Kottke)

ProQuest OASIS Adds De Gruyter (PRNewswire)

Growing Adoption of e-Books to Boost the Global Content Publishing Market Through 2021, Says Technavio (Google News)

Program for DPLAfest 2017, to be held in Chicago April 20-21, now available (No Shelf Required)

Amazon Publishing’s Newest Imprint Makes Its Debut in Germany (Publishing Perspectives)

Kobo Plus Does Not Require Exclusivity, Pays Out Shares of a Limited Funding Pool (The Digital Reader)

Kobo Launches eBook Subscription Service Kobo Plus (The Digital Reader)

Turning the Virtual Page: Virtual Reality and Traditional Publishing (Publishing Perspectives)

Rare Recordings of Burroughs, Bukowski, Ginsberg Available in Digital Archive by Maryland Institute College of Art (Open Culture)

Wattpad debuts Tap, an app for reading chat-style short stories (TechCrunch)

Tu or Vous? Here's a handy (and roundabout) chart to help clarify the distinction. #FrenchExpressions #FrenchLanguage (France in NYC)

Wattpad Launches Chat-Style Reading App (The Digital Reader)

Personal Essay: The potential of digital technology offers a chance at entirely new immersive literary experiences (Quill and Quire)

Draft2Digital is Adding Kobo Plus as a Distribution Option, But Not Smashwords (The Digital Reader)

More ebook choices for OASIS users (No Shelf Required)

UK Govt Will Now Pay Authors Each Time Their eBook is Loaned From a Public Library (The Digital Reader)

Unlatching Them All! Knowledge Unlatched Will Be Making 343 Humanities and Social Science E-Books Open Access (Infodocket)

Franklin U Expands Digital Textbook Project (Campus Technology)

Cultural Heritage: Europeana Releases a Revised Strategy Document (Infodocket)

Video: Make your own Kindle Audio Adapter for text-to-speech (or buy one for $20) (Liliputing)

Collaborating to build born-accessible ebooks (Booknet Canada)

Western Sydney University Library to Provide No-Cost Digital Textbooks to Incoming First-Year Students (Library Journal)

New Publisher Sales and Trends Data (Books, Ebooks, Audiobooks) From American Association of Publishers (Infodocket)

AAP: Trade Sales Up, eBook Sales Down Through September 2016 (The Digital Reader)

Say Good-Bye to Book and eBook Bloggers – Amazon Has Changed the Fee Schedule for Its Affiliate Program (The Digital Reader)

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