Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Friday, April 28

Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Friday, April 28 Link Post Morning Coffee Editor's Note: The following is a compilation of tweets from @PaulKBiba, the former editor of Teleread.

China’s Palace Museum to Digitize Entire Collection (Infodocket)

The #Danish Digitization Debate and Educational #Publishers' Dilemma | @MarieBilde (Publishing Perspectives)

Folger Shakespeare Library Releases “Digital Anthology of Early English Drama” Online (Infodocket)

The New York Public Library Has a “Digital Time-Travel Service” For Its Historical Maps (Hyperallergic)

The Ebook R/Evolution – Not as Easy as It Seems (Scholarly Kitchen)

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

Amazon launches self-service subscriptions marketplace (Talking New Media)

Oldest known intact English illuminated mortuary roll made for prioress Lucy of Hedingham c1225 now digitised (British Library)

FDR Library to launch Holocaust collections project (Poughkeepsie Journal)

Digitized Bound Editions of Congressional Record From 1961-1970 Now Available Online From GPO (Infodocket)

More university libraries trade books for student spaces (Teleread)

Oklahoma State University and Four Public Libraries Team Up to Bridge ‘Digital Divide’ in Rural Oklahoma (Infodocket)

Half of Chinese Readers Consume Ten or More Books a Year (The Digital Reader)

Fancy Free: Some Fun CSS Tricks for Ebooks (The Book Designer)

As colleges ditch books, the future of the campus library is changing (Library Stuff)

A recent survey revealed that adults are the largest drivers of audiobook collection development, learn more (Ebsco)

These are the bots powering Jeff Bezos’ Washington Post efforts to build a modern digital newspaper (Nieman Lab)

99Designs Now Makes eBooks (The Digital Reader)

UK Publishing Has Record 2016, Sales Up 7% to £4.8bn (Ebook Sales Down 3%, Academic/Professional Publishing Up 10% ) (Infodocket)

How eBooks lost their shine: 'Kindles now look clunky and unhip' (The Guardian)

The SYNC program returns to give you free audiobooks all summer long (Overdrive)

Foxit Reader (Techradar)

Digitization Projects: Thomas Jefferson’s Original Law Books Soon Will Be One Click Away

New Primer From OCLC Research Help Digital Archivists Better Understand IT Ind. Priorities, Culture, and Techniques

And in case you missed it, PLR payments on ebooks BECAME LAW yesterday! Have we ever NOT been campaigning this? (Society of Authors)

Publishers to blame for poor ebook sales | Letters (The Guardian)

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