Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Friday, June 3

Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Friday, June 3 Link Post Morning Coffee Editor's Note: The following is a compilation of tweets from @PaulKBiba, the former editor of Teleread.

Journal Preprint: Piece by Piece Review of Digitize-and-Lend Projects Through the Lens of Copyright and Fair Use (Infodocket)

Reviewing in the Audio Literacy Ecosystem (No Shelf Required)

Don't Immediately Trust Mainstream Sites on Publishing Stories,by Jane Friedman @JaneFriedman (Jane Friedman)

Europeana Photography lets you browse through the first 100 years of photography (DPReview)

First impressions of an Amazon bookstore (Idealog)

National Library of Norway to Digitize Material From Nigeria’s National Library (Infodocket)

Europe Announces That All Scientific Papers Should Be Free by 2020 (No Shelf Required)

Japanese eBook Distributor Media Do to Launch AI Translator (The Digital Reader)

Highlights from NSR’s Understanding Ebooks webinar What publishers and librarians need to know (No Shelf Required)

Dosdoce and Bookwire Chart ‘Soaring’ Ebook Sales in the Spanish Markets (Publishing Perspectives)

How Book Publishing Aced the Digital Transformation (The Future of Publishing)

Newsonomics: In Norway, a newspaper’s digital video startup is now generating more revenue than print (Nieman Lab)

OverDrive to Offer Cost-per-Circ Model for eBooks and Audiobooks to Library and School Partners (Overdrive)

Research Data & Collections Librarian, Knowledge and Library Services at Harvard University (Digital Koans)

Publishers Fear EU Privacy Changes Will Kill Their Business (Nord VPN)

These incredible manuscripts are being digitally preserved by a U of T professor. Located in a remote monastery on the rim of a gorge (British Library)

Google rolls out enhanced art search results, including digital museum guides on Street View (Techcrunch)

ReMarkable’s writing tablet is real, and it’s coming this summer/fall (probably) (Liliputing)

Preserving digital art: How will it survive?(Google Blog)

Quick Link: How to Set Up an eBook Ad with Amazon Marketing Services (Publetariat)

Digital Scholarship Specialist at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Digital Koans)

Digital 3D Objects in Art and Humanities: Challenges of Creation, Interoperability and Preservation: White Paper (Digital Koans)

De Gruyter and Italy’s CRUI/CARE Consortium Sign Three-Year Licensing Deal For eJournal, eBooks, and Databases (De Gruyter)

The Getty Museum Publishes 30,000 Images Online Using IIIF (International Image Interoperability Framework) (Infodocket)

Brand new Vellum picks a fight for prettier (e)books (Techcrunch)

Flood victims in Peru receive free ebooks to continue their education [via ODILO] (No Shelf Required)

"Digital Public Library of America to Pilot eBook Lending in Fall" (Digital Koans)

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