Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Friday, July 7

Editor's Note: The following is a compilation of tweets from @PaulKBiba, the former editor of Teleread and an editor of Project Gutenberg’s Facebook page.

Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Friday, July 7 Link Post Morning Coffee

Exploring Johannes Kepler's 'Somnium' – the first science fiction story (Somnium Project)

It’s time to protect the public domain! (Wikimedia)

Love this chart! It lists songs/music mentioned by Haruki Murakami in his novels (Ebook Friendly)

Hers and His Software: The Family Klopotek's Publishing System, Growing, By (Publishing Perspectives)

What's wrong with the Copyright Office's DRM study? By Cory Doctorow (Boing Boing)

Now you can certify that your ebooks are accessible. This new program takes out the guesswork. (Digital Book World)

O’Reilly Responds to Customer Outcry With Explanation, Promise Restoration of PDF Editions (The Digital Reader)

Elsevier's US $15M "win" exposes how broken copyright is when public research is involved. (Private Internet Access)

Europe’s Geo-Blocking Debate: Booksellers on the Ropes (Publishing Perspectives)

More Than 600 New Words, Phrases, and Senses Added to Oxford English #Dictionary (OED) (June 2017 Update) (Library Journal)

Meet RBdigital, the first app that makes audiobooks, ebooks and magazines available in one location (No Shelf Required)

Today is Project Gutenberg's anniversary. Check out the article on their Facebook page (Project Gutenberg)

Published in 2011: 40 years of Project Gutenberg. A mini guide, by Marie Lebert (Internet Archive)

Blake's Marriage of Heaven and Hell, one of our Treasures, is now free to view online. (Bodleian)

RBdigital Offers eBooks, Audiobooks, and Magazines in a Single App (The Digital Reader)

Report: Faculty Support Lacking for Wide Adoption of Digital Learning (Educational Technology)

78rpm Records from KUSF: Getting Ready for Digitization (Internet Archive)

Behold Lewis Carroll’s Original Handwritten & Illustrated Manuscript for Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1864) (Open Culture)

60 library systems are on pace to hit one million digital checkouts with OverDrive in 2017 (Overdrive)

Odilo solidifies its North American presence with new offerings and features (No Shelf Required)

New Archive Is Digitizing the Entirety of Phenomenology: Browse Works by Husserl, Heidegger, Merleau-Ponty and More (Open Culture)

How To Easily Proofread And Edit Your Own eBook (The Digital Reader)

The W3C has overruled members' objections and will publish its DRM for videos (Boingboing)

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