Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Friday, December 29

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.

If you still need a #gift for loved ones, you can make a donation in their honor and we’ll send them a personalized e-card. Give the perfect gift by helping someone read: (Worldreader)

Playster raises price and limits collections for audiobook listening (Ebook Evangelist)

Watch this video and you’ll know how to dry a book that has been water damaged (Ebook Friendly)

New Zealand: “Outdated Tech Trove Keeps Digital Archives Alive” (Infodocket)

e-Book Cover Design Awards, November 2017 (The Book Designer)

We’re now in our fourth year without a new Kindle store. Has Amazon lost interest in the global ebook market? (The New Publishing Standard)

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

The American Revolution: A Free Course from Yale University (Open Culture)

Amazon is Giving Away a $5 Kindle eBook Credit (The Digital Reader)

Indiana University Libraries Moving Image Archive New Home for Decades of Award-Winning TV Commercials, Dozens Now Streamable Online (Infodocket)

Acropolis Museum digital project gets go-ahead (Ekathimerini)

Smashwords is Holding an End of Year Sale (The Digital Reader)

Finnish National Bibliography Released as Open Data with CCO License (Infodocket)

Autoédition – Amazon lance la publication d’ebooks en arabe (Idboox)

Juggernaut Books, Indian publisher’s product roadmap: What 2018 will look like for the App (Juggernaut Books)

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