Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Friday, November 3

Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Friday, November 3 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.

Turning the page on ereader pagination (Go To Hellman)

Internet Archive to host conference about saving online news (Internet Archive)

Nook Glowlight Plus Quietly Went Out of Stock on B&N’s Website (The Digital Reader)

What’s the Right Price for a Self-published Ebook? – 8 Tips on Pricing Kindle Ebooks (Self-Publishing Advice)

Round-up: Kindle Oasis (2017) Reviews (The Digital Reader)

Kindle Oasis Update v5.9.2 Adds Audible Support, Hints at Dual-Core CPU (The Digital Reader)

Czech Republic ebook subscription service launched. (The New Publishing Standard)

Kobo unveils Kobo Aura One 7.8 inch eReader with 4X as much storage (Liliputing)

Pour tout abonnement ebook souscrit, la liseuse coûte 1 € (Actualitte)

Belgique – Le prix unique du livre papier et numérique adopté (Idboox)

25 Million Images From 14 Art Institutions to Be Digitized & Put Online In One Huge Scholarly Archive (Open Culture)

First Look at the New Nook Glowlight 3 (The Digital Reader)

Barnes Foundation Embraces Open Access, Making Half of Its Art Collection Available Online (Artnet)

Join us at Europe’s largest publishing innovation conference #FutureBook17 on Dec 1 (Future Book)

Interactive Ebooks? Almost... (J A Konrath)

EBSCO introduces two new magazine archives: U.S. News & World Report Magazine Archive and Esquire Magazine Archive (No Shelf Required)

Condé Nast retreats: Teen Vogue reportedly to be shuttered, other titles reduce frequency (Talking New Media)

What does the future hold for small-batch publishing? (Book Business)

Chapters – Interactive Stories, an innovative new app that introduces gamified fiction (No Shelf Required)

MIT Is Digitizing a Huge Archive of Noam Chomsky’s Lectures, Papers and Other Documents & Will Put Them Online (Open Culture)

6 Reasons to Adore Audible’s New Romance Package (Book Riot)

Safari, O’Reilly’s learning platform for higher education now available from ProQuest (No Shelf Required)

The Folger is thrilled to announce the launch of the prototype for Miranda, our new digital platform! (Folger Library)

A new Kindle Lite app for readers in India (The New Publishing Standard)

How to Work with Beta Readers (Smashwords)

Des chercheurs américains ont trouvé une brèche dans la loi du copyright (Actualitte)

Temperature check from two US CEOs at Frankfurt 2017 (Shatzkin Files)

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