Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Friday, August 4

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, August 4 Link Post Morning Coffee

Upcoming Technologies that Will Kill the Kindle, and Other Nonsense (The Digital Reader)

The most valuable rare books in existence (The Telegraph)

Research Tools: ScienceOpen Releases Automatically Updating Collection of Open Access Articles on Climate Change (Infodocket)

Introducing the New PEN America Digital Archive: 1,500 Hours of Audio & Video Featuring 2,200 Eminent Writers (Open Culture)

Kenya’s Longhorn Publishers Announces Investment in Its Digital Strategy (Publishing Perspectives)

First kind of Kindle? Researchers at University of Leeds find ... first travel-sized library (Daily Mail)

Using Kakadu JPEG2000 Compression to Meet FADGI Standards (Internet Archive)

Effect of E-printing on Citation Rates in Astronomy and Physics
(Science Open)

The Spotify of the textbook world takes off as Bibliotech is go (JISC)

New Data: AAP Reports Audiobook Revenues Up 28.8%, Ebooks Down 5.3% During Q1 2017 (vs. Q1 2016) (Infodocket)

Now Available: GPO & LC Announce Digital Release of Historical Congressional Record for 1940s (Infodocket)

Lawsuit ruling sends clear message: Register your photo copyrights ASAP (DPReview)

Draft2Digital Now Distributes to Overdrive (The Digital Reader)

Kindle Unlimited’s KENPC 3.0 Releases, With No Visible Changes (The Digital Reader)

What I Learned from Jeff Bezos: aka–How to Bring Millions of Books to Billions of People by Brewster Kahle (Macfound)

Research Tools: National Library of Israel Launches Digital Manuscript Archive (Infodocket)

The joys of volunteering for Distributed Proofreaders (Teleread)

What if opening a new browser tab brought you a random piece of cultural heritage? Art-Up-Your-Tab (Europeana)

New online: EAP699 Safeguarding #Romani heritage in the Republic of #Moldova. #Roma #endangeredarchives (Endangered Archives)

(4) How the British Museum is "Using 3D Printing Technology to Produce Replicas of Some of its Most Iconic Objects" (Library Journal)

Kindle for iPad and iPhone Updated, and Your Notes Are Now Searchable (The Digital Reader)

Canadian Library Consortia OCUL and COPPUL Join Forces with Archive-It to Expand Web Archiving in Canada (Internet Archive)

How to Use Reedsy’s Book Editor to Format Ebooks and Print for Free (Self Publishing Advice)

DC’s Legendary Punk Label Dischord Makes Its Entire Music Catalog Free to Stream Online (Open Culture)

Microsoft Adds Read Aloud Feature to Word (PC Magazine)

Creative Review -- the entire back catalogue of this seminal magazine now available (Exact Editions)

Ebooks, online shopping see gains in first half of 2017 (Booknet Canada)

Bought a PDF From Kobo? It’s Going Away After 1 November (The Digital Reader)

Announcing the Copyright and Technology 2018 Conference (Copyright and Technology)

But where are the indie ebooks? And what’s the best way to get them into libraries? (No Shelf Required)

The Global Medieval Sourcebook: A New Interactive Resource From Stanford University (Infodocket)

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