Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Friday, June 16

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

It’s here! The best of Bach in the B minor Mass, NOW online.
Watch it here: (AllofBach)

JSTOR Labs: “Reimagining the Digital Monograph: Design Thinking to Build New Tools for Researchers” Final Report (Infodocket)

Reference: United States Holocaust Museum’s Encyclopedia of Camps and Ghettos Now Available Online at No Cost (Infodocket)

New Resource: Arizona State University Archivist Makes Japanese Internment Camp Collection Digitally Accessible (Infodocket)

EPUB Accessibility 1.0: New Opportunities for Authors, Publishers and Readers (Digital Book World)

Google Creates a Digital Archive of World Fashion: Features 30,000 Images, Covering 3,000 Years of Fashion History (Open Culture)

New York Academy of Medicine Library Debuts New Website (Infotoday)

NYT is beginning the rollout of the most significant redesign of our digital platforms in our history
(Nieman Labs)

Library of Congress Launches Two New Collections of Archived Web Content: Webcomics Archive and Web Cultures Archive (Infodocket)

Digital Maryland Collections Now Discoverable in DPLA (Library Stuff)

American Archive of Public Broadcasting Lets You Stream 7,000 Hours of Historic Public TV & Radio Programs (Open Culture)

118-Year-Old Painting of a Dead Bird Discovered in a Hut in Antarctica (Hyperallergic)

UK Library Readers to Get Free Access to Harry Potter eBooks (The Digital Reader)

Draft2Digital Adds Audiobook Distribution via Findaway Voice (The Digital Reader)

Gale Launches Second Installment of the Archives of Sexuality and Gender Series (Library Stuff)

India’s The Ken publishes one longform story each weekday. So far, subscribers are willing to pay (Nieman Labs)

“Inconsistencies between Academic E-book Platforms: A Comparison of Metadata and Search Results” (Digital Scholarship)

Library of Congress archives select webcomics for posterity (Engadget)

Korean e-book service Ridibooks scores $20M Series C (Techcrunch)

Thomson Reuters Establishes New Partnerships for ProView and Eikon (Infotoday)

AAP Reports Trade Revenues Flat, eBook Revenues Down in 2016 (The Digital Reader)

Can we cut $3 billion from library budgets by doing interlibrary loans digitally? #OpenLibrariesAMA #100andchange (Internet Archive)

Behold the Last Great Woodblock Artist: View Online Tsukioka Yoshitoshi’s One Hundred Aspects of the Moon (1885) (Open Culture)

Thailand’s independent bookstores have shown a remarkable resilience in the face of the popularity of digital media (Bangkok Post)

eBook publishers notified of iTunes Connect changes (Talking New Media)

Kindle Unlimited Funding Pool Grew Slightly in May 2017 (The Digital Reader)

Norwegian Library Project To Result in Digitization of Nigerian Books (Publishing Perspectives)

Reading by Ear: A superb collection of articles on audiobooks, audio literacy, and the art of listening (No Shelf Required)

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