Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Friday, June 23

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

Connect with Internet Archive at ALA 2017—Chicago (Internet Archive)

Postmedia shutters National Post Monday print edition, to launch Financial Post standalone app (Talking New Media)

BREAKING: US Supreme Court holds provision preventing registration of disparaging trade marks unconstitutional (IpKitten)

Ebooks: @_ODILO_ Announces New Library Customers and New Publishing Partners (Infodocket)

Calibre 3.0 Released (The Digital Reader)

Standard Ebooks (Standard Ebooks)

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

Marmot Launches Digital Archive (Library Journal)

Standards: W3C Announces New Publishing Standards Work and First Publishing Summit (Infodocket)

Print Books vs. Ebooks: Who’s Up, Who’s Down, and Where Are We Headed? (Infotoday)

Standard eBooks Pick Up Where Project Gutenberg Leaves Off (The Digital Reader)

Download More than 2,500 Images of Vibrant Japanese Woodblock Prints and Drawings From the Library of Congress (This is Colossal)

W3C to Hold eBook Publishing Summit in November (The Digital Reader)

New Resource From The British Library: The Copyright Cortex (Infodocket)

Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) Debuts Leon Levy BAM Digital Archive, Access to Over 70,000 Items (Infodocket)

London in Color 125 Years Ago: See Trafalgar Square, British Museum, Tower Bridge & Other places in Photocrom Prints (Open Culture)

The Economist is using Medium to give readers an inside look at its reporting and production (Nieman Lab)

2,000-Year-Old Manuscript of the Ten Commandments Gets Digitized: See/Download “Nash Papyrus” in High Resolution (Open Culture)

A Project to Digitise and Catalogue the UK’s National Sculpture Collection Announced (Approx. 170,000 Sculptures) (Infodocket)

Law Library of Congress Launches International Tribunals Web Archive (Infodocket)

National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS) Rolls Out New Digital Initiatives (Library of Congress)

Aldi Opens eBookstore in Austria (The Digital Reader)

Microsoft, Google, Baidu, and Paul Allen’s AI2 Form Open Academic Search Group (Infodocket)

At #Frankfurt @Book_Fair ’s CONTEC #Mexico: Digital Under Discussion | Adam Critchley (Publishing Perspectives)

Bookwire’s Spanish Markets Footprint: Selling More Ebooks ‘In the Jet Stream’ (Publishing Perspectives)

Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism Releases 2017 Digital News Report (Infodocket)

Indiana U. Media Digitization and Preservation Initiative Begins Project to Digitize/Preserve 12,500 Hours of Film (Infodocket)

Amazon Prime Reading Comes to Austria, Germany (The Digital Reader)

Ha Bun Shu: a Japanese Book of Wave and Ripple Designs (1919) (Public Domain Review)

A short history of translation through the ages, by Marie Lebert (Marie Lebert)

LibraryThing Launches an Android App (The Digital Reader)

HarperCollins, Hoopla Announce Multi-user, On-Demand Model For Some Backlist eBook Titles (Infodocket)

Europeana Photography launches 1914 – 1918 thematic collection (DPReview)

“MIT Press, Internet Archive Collaborate to Digitize Titles” (Library Journal)

Certified Accessible Ebooks (EPUBSecrets)

NSR releases its Summer 2017 journal issue — Ebook Purchasing in Academic Libraries: Key Issues and Emerging Trends (No Shelf Required)

Re: What are the big changes with EPUB 3.1 and what do they mean? (Infogrid Pacific)

Mapping the free Ebook supply chain (Publishing Michigan)

Major Education Publishers Make Commitment to Accessible Ebooks with (Global Cettified Accessible Project) (Infodocket)

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