Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Friday, November 24

Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Friday, November 24 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.

StoryDrive Asia 2017 shows the ASEAN countries need to think harder about digital. (The New Publishing Standard)

2017 Smashwords Survey Featured in Episode 7 of Smart Author Podcast (Smashwords)

Being a Bookworm in Skyrim (Bookriot)

Free trial access to Adam Matthew’s Literary Print Culture granted to NSR readers through January 12th (No Shelf Required)

Les clients européens libres d'acheter hors de leur territoire, sauf des ebooks (Actualitte)

22% of Europe's heritage has been digitised so far - results of 2017 @enumerateEU survey. More info: (Europeana)

#callforpapers Article Collection on Teaching Digital Cultures, edited by Dr Matt Hayler @cryurchin @unibirmingham (Palgrave)

New Digital Collection: British Library Launches Bilingual Website Showcasing 1,300 Hebrew Manuscript Treasures (Library Journal)

This "book-lined" Beijing subway car is an audiobook library (Boingboing)

UK’s Jisc Launches Phase Two of the ‘Digital Archival Collections Group Purchasing Pilot’ (Infodocket)

Acquisitions: Library of Congress Acquires Extremely Rare Mesoamerican Codex, View Digitally Preserved Version Online (Infodocket)

EU agrees to end geoblocking to boost single digital market (Zdnet)

Tencent joins the half-trillion club, and look how close it is to Amazon. The centre of digital and publishing gravity shifts inexorably east. (The New Publishing Standard)

Freda ebook app now out for Android: Attn. public domain lovers (Teleread)

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