Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Friday, September 9

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, September 9 Link Post Morning Coffee

#HigherEducation: Florida: “E-book Expansion Could Mean Student Savings” (Infodocket)

Reading Digital or Print, Fast or Slow, is Fingery (John Miedema)

Amazon's Naggar tells publishers to slash e-book prices - The Bookseller (The Bookseller)

De Gruyter will digitize the entirety of its backlist. All the way back to 1749. (No Shelf Required)

Is Playster booting customers for reading too much? (Ebook Evangelist)

Kobo adds audiobooks along with an Audible-like subscription (Engadget)

Scribd Launches Student Essential Bundle With a Small Discount (The Digital Reader)

Kobo Enters Audiobook Market, Offers $10 a Month Subscription (The Digital Reader)

Cultural Heritage: National Library of Latvia Announces Funding, Plans to Digitize Millions of Items (Infodocket)

Europeana Collections can now be navigated in 4 more languages: Czech, Irish, Slovak and Slovenian! (Europeana blog)

British Library Announces Crowdsourcing Project to Make Late 18th –19th Century Digitised Playbills Findable Online (Infodocket)

Amazon Files for Arbitration Against Authors, Publishers for Scamming the Kindle Store (The Digital Reader)

Reference: CIA Releases Declassified Documents on the Cold War Soviet Navy (Infodocket)

Google Arts & Culture Launches New Collection: “Latino Cultures in the U.S.” (Infodocket)

The Newberry Opens Collection of 30,000 French Revolution Pamphlets to Digital Scholarship @rightrelevance (Newberry)

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