Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Friday, June 10

Editor’s Note: The following is a compilation of tweets from @PaulKBiba, the former editor of Teleread.

U.S. Marine Corps Film Vault and Scanning Center Opens at the University of South Carolina (Infodocket)

NPR: “Videotapes are Becoming Unwatchable as Archivists Work to Save Them” (XFR Collective) / @infodocket (Infodocket)

Digital Projects Librarian at Temple University (Digital Koans)

Omni, the Iconic Sci-Fi Magazine, Now Digitized in High-Resolution and Available Online (Open Culture)

Building Capacity for Digital Humanities: A Framework for Institutional Planning a (Digital Koans)

Purchasing power – we unveil initiatives to make digital collections affordable (JISC)

WSJ Ends Google Users’ Free Ride, Then Fades in Search Results – Bloomberg (Bloomberg)

Ten sites that give free access to quality ebooks librarians and publishers should know about [readers, too] (No Shelf Required)

BookNet Canada: Digital Revenue Up in 2016, Ebook Sales Down (Publishing Perspectives)

Allen Ginsberg’s Howl Manuscripts Now Digitized & Put Online, Revealing the Beat Poet’s Creative Process (Open Culture)

Women translators through the ages – a bibliography by Marie Lebert (Marie Lebert)

Self-publishing platform Pronoun adds Overdrive & Bibliotheca, Expanding Distribution to Libraries for Indie Authors (No Shelf Required)

Audiobook Sales Up 18.2% in 2016, to $2.1 Billion (The Digital Reader)

NYC Libraries Open “Subway Libraries” in Underground Stations, Six-Week Promotion Gets Underway (Infodocket)

Ancient Rome’s System of Roads Visualized in the Style of Modern Subway Maps (Open Culture)

Ebook revenue up but sales down, according to BookNet Canada survey on digital publishing (Quill and Quire)

Google Arts and Culture Offers 30K Digitized Images and VR Films of Fashion Pieces From Archives, Museums and Others (Infodocket)

Amazon Overhauls its Publishing Portal With New Dashboard (The Digital Reader)

Amazon Releases Word Doc Templates for Making Better POD Books (The Digital Reader)

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