Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Friday, September 16

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.

BISG Looks at Rights In a Global, Digital Book Market (Publishers Weekly)

Children Turn Their Backs on eBooks as ‘Screen Fatigue’ Takes Hold, And Other Fictions (The Digital Reader)

Polish Research: Removing Pirated Books Online Has No Impact on Legal Sales (Publishing Perspectives)

1,000-Year-Old Illustrated Guide to the Medicinal Use of Plants Now Digitized & Put Online (Open Culture)

David Sarnoff Library Collection Opens to Public at Hagley Museum and Library, 700 Digital Images Available Online (Infodocket)

Smashwords Introduces Global Pricing Control – Set Custom Prices in any Country (Smashwords)

Barnes & Noble Hates Its Customers, and Wants Them to Suffer (The Digital Reader)

Afghanistan team digitizes films saved from Taliban destruction (Engadget)

Reference: NICB Makes High-Resolution Aerial Imagery of Areas Affected by Hurricanes Harvey/Irma Available (Infodocket)

iTunes v12.7.0.166 No Longer Supports iBooks (The Digital Reader)

Joshua A.T. Fairfield’s ‘Owned’ examines the ‘feudal system’ of digital property rights (Talking New Media)

Offering Bitcoin Rewards for Turning in eBook Pirates, and Other Bad Ideas (The Digital Reader)

New Research Resource: U.S. Copyright Office Posts Archive of Briefs and Legal Opinions (Infodocket)

New Indigenous Digital Archive Opens at University of New Mexico Libraries (Infodocket)

The Next Level in E-Book Watermarking (Copyright and Technology)

A dictionary of famous translators through the ages by Marie Lebert (Marie Lebert)

Enter a Digital Archive of 213,000+ Beautiful Japanese Woodblock Prints (Open Culture)

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