Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Friday, October 6

Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Friday, October 6 Link Post Morning Coffee

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

A Digital Library of Documentary Watercolors From Around the World Will Launch in March 2018 (Infodocket)

Distribution Expansion: Germany’s Bookwire Acquires Brazil’s DLD (Publishing Perspectives)

Demo of Fulcrum E-Reader, Part of New Publishing Platform From Michigan Publishing, Now Online (Infodocket)

Beautiful Children’s Book Illustrations From 100 Years Ago (Bookriot)

1,000+ Historic Japanese Illustrated Books Digitized by the Smithsonian From the Edo & Meji Eras (1600-1912) (Open Culture)

Canada’s Entertainment One Is Wattpad’s Newest Content Partner (Publishing Perspectives)

Google Scholar Indexes ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global (Infotoday)

Yewno Discover Adds Cambridge University Press Ebooks (Infotoday)

The Aberdeen Bestiary, One of the Great Medieval Illuminated Manuscripts, Now Digitized in High Resolution Online (Open Culture)

Research libraries and Wikimedia: A shared commitment to diversity, open knowledge, and community participation (Wikimedia)

New Report: Copyright Office Shares Results of Public Inquiry on Mass Digitization Pilot Program (Infodocket)

Ohio State University launches its new Digital Flagship University with Apple (Techcrunch)

Springer Nature’s Bookmetrix Launching New Metric for Ebook Collection Performance (Collection Citation Performance) (Infodocket)

issuu launches marketplace for publishers to sell digital content: Digital Sales (Talking New Media)

Taipei’s National Palace Museum Digitizes Its Entire Collection (Hyperallergic)

The Golden Age of the Poster, 1880-1918 (Kotte)

Bridging the digital desktop divide with the Fire tablet (Teleread)

‘Digital first’ claims another title: Conde Nast UK’s Glamour to cut print down to 2 issues a year (Talking New Media)

The incredible record libraries where you can listen to vast archives for free (The Vinyl Factory)

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