Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Friday, July 21

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, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Friday, July 21 Link Post Morning Coffee

New Article: “The Evolution of an E-Book Demand-Driven Acquisition Programme at Swinburne University of Technology (Infodocket)

Amazon Has A Fake Book Problem, Scammers Break The Kindle Store (David Gaughran)

Rijksmuseum. digital collection displays 605185 works of art in hi-res, free to download and use - do enjoy... (Rijks Museum)

New #ebook @gutenberg_org: The Memoirs of François René Vicomte de Chateaubriand sometime Ambassador (Project Gutenberg)

Today's Washington Post has a @MikeLindgren piece on "What libraries lost when they threw out the card catalog" (Washington Post)

The July/August 2017 Issue of D-Lib Magazine Now Available Online & D-Lib Mag is Ceasing Regular Publication (Infodocket)

Stream a 24 Hour Playlist of Charles Dickens Stories, Featuring Recordings by Laurence Olivier, Orson Welles & More (Open Culture)

The world's libraries tell the W3C that DRM is bad for the web (Boingboing)

British Library digitising rare printed Bengali books (Millennium Post)

"Trends in Digital Preservation Capacity and Practice: Results from the 2nd Bi-annual… (Digital Koans)

A collection of free coloring books from libraries and museums (Kottke)

Cox Media Group launches new weekly digital ePaper section: The Health Care Extra (Talking New Media)

Copyright Office Releases Results of Section 1201 Study (Copyright and Technology)

Images of Ancient Music: A New Digital Collection from Washington University in St. Louis Libraries (Infodocket)


Wattpad Opens Partnership With France’s Hachette Romans: First Titles in September (Publishing Perspectives)

Online reading in ... China (Complete Review)

2000+ Digitized Audio Cassettes From Allen Ginsberg Collection Now Available Online From Stanford Libraries (Infodocket)

The Freer | Sackler Library Digitizes Japanese Illustrated Books From the Edo and Meiji Periods (1600-1912) (Infodocket)

You Can Now Gift a Kindle eBook From the Manage Your Content & Devices Page (The Digital Reader)

A Huge Archive of Amazing Stories, the World’s Oldest & Longest-Running Science Fiction Magazine (Since 1926) (Open Culture)

Ebook models in K-12 libraries: The options, the issues, the possibilities (No Shelf Required)

Library of Congress Will Have More Options for Blind Readers (Infotoday)

Chicas Poderosas is launching an accelerator in Latin America for digital news projects led by women (Nieman Lab)

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