Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Saturday, April 1

Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Saturday, April 1 Link Post Morning Coffee Editor's Note: The following is a compilation of tweets from @PaulKBiba, the former editor of Teleread.

Mediacorp to shutter the print editions of ‘Style’ and ‘Style: Me’ magazines in digital move (Talking New Media)

Podcast: Exploring Amazon with Data Guy (The Digital Reader)

“You’re not doing it the way I did”: Public media in Europe gets creative with digital news (Nieman Lab), an ebooks site that functions like a true participatory democracy (No Shelf Required)

I've updated my post on the myth about print books making a comeback: (Jand Friedman)

Readly partners with AT&T, offers private version of digital magazine newsstand (Talking New Media)

UPDATED POST: U.S. House of Representatives Votes 215-205 to Repeal FCC Internet/Broadand #Privacy Rules (Library Journal)

In light of last week's Senate vote permitting ISPs to sell your browsing history, we've updated a relevant guide: (The Wirecutter)

Books donated for MacArthur Foundation 100&Change Challenge from BookMooch Users (Internet Archive)

LeanPub Podcast Interview with Mirela Roncevic on Free Reading Zones and her vision of the future (for books and (No Shelf Required)

AAPB #NDSR resident @libkatem reports back from #LTC2017 - digital texts, oral histories, archival ethics and more (American Archive of Pubic Broadcasting)

NASA Unveils New Searchable Video, Audio and Imagery Library for the Public (Library Stuff)

Yahoo Japan Outsources its eBookstore (The Digital Reader)

Centralized Digital Accessioning at Yale University (Library of Congress)

Everything about e-publishing with @NellieMcKesson (Booknet Canads)

Bonnier Launches New Digital Imprint, Bookery (The Digital Reader)

CLIR and Jisc announce partnership to enhance digital services (JISC)

ProQuest Helps Libraries Meet Demand for Chinese-language Resources (PRNewswire)

Windows 10 Creators Update to Feature eBookstore in Edge Web Browser (The Digital Reader)

It’s the end of the world as we know it, and Norway’s gonna save the printed word (Melville House)

Bloomsbury Professional Online is now available for registered users of the University ([email protected])

A Revolution in International English Book Markets
(The Future of Publishing)

Earliest Editions of the UK’s Radio Times Magazines (From the 1920s) Now Available Online (Infodocket)

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