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

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

Community digest: New tool eases reuse of Creative Commons-licensed photos, news in brief (Wikimedia)

Japanese e-book Sales Rose By Nearly 15% in 2016 (Crunchyroll)

Have you seen our Spring Magazine?> Free download here. (Publishing Perspectives)

Get Your Book Out There. How To Be Everywhere: Draft2Digital & Kobo: Mark Lefebvre & Kevin Tumlinson (Self Publishing Advice)

Getty Images Slams Google For Seeking Copyright Safe Harbor (Torrent Fread)

Brave New Booksellers Part 4, E-Book Publishing in China - CKGSB Knowledge (CKGSB Knowledge)

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

eBook Sales Fell 4% in the UK in 2016, and Other Context-Free Factoids (The Digital Reader)

Japan’s Digital Manga Market Grew by 28% Last Year (The Digital Reader)

In time for Women’s History month, Gale releases Women’s Studies Archive (No Shelf Required)

ePub Summit : 5 pistes pour le marché du livre numérique,par Mélissa Haquenne  (Lettres Numeriques)

Obituary: George Braziller Dies at 101, by Calvin Reid  (Publishers Weekly)

Tour New York’s Gilded Age Architecture with a New Museum App (Hyperallergic)

Kindle for iPad, iPhone 5.9 Adds Guided View, new Sideloading Option (The Digital Reader)

Amazon Author Insights Has Tips for Indie Authors (The Digital Reader)

ProQuest's OASIS Increases Customer Choice with Addition of Rittenhouse R2 Digital Library Platform (PRNewswire)

Kindle for iOS finally gets the “Send to Kindle” feature, challenging Pocket and Instapaper (TechCrunch)

Deal in sight for Amazon in e-books case against EU (Euractiv)

Italy’s Minister of Cultural Heritage Gives Go Ahead to Develop Italian Digital Library (Infodocket)

De Gruyter Launches Open Access Book Library and Also Provides Sponsorship to Directory of Open Access Books (Infodocket)

Download Russian Futurist Book Art (1910-1915): The Aesthetic Revolution Before the Political Revolution (Open Culture)

Archaeology Ireland launches new digital edition, complete archive of back issues (Talking New Media)

AAP: Trade Book Sales Down a Percent, eBook Sales Down 17% Through October 2016 (The Digital Reader)

Reader Privacy for Research Journals is Getting Worse (Go to Hellman)

Medium Announces Its Subscription Plan at $5 Per Month (The Digital Reader)

60% of Online Population Reads Books Either Daily or at Least Once a Week [GfK Study] (PR Newswire)

Barnard Center for Research on Women’s newly digitized archives of feminist history
(Barnard)

National Archives (NARA) and Mellon Foundation Partner to Create Digital Edition Publishing Cooperatives (Infodocket)

Digitising our manuscripts from Anglo-Saxon England (British Library)

Guest Post: Australia’s copyright reform could bring millions of books and other reads to the blind (The Digital Reader)

image by Nina A.J.

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