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

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.

Author’s Note: This will be the last compilation published here. Readers can follow the news tweets directly at @paulkbiba

The Earliest Photos of the Frick, Taken When It Was Still a Private Residence (Hyperallergic)

Video Search: The Internet Archive’s Wonderful TV News Archive Adds New Search Features (Infodocket)

New From LIBER: “Digital Humanities Reading List: Part Two (Cooperation Between #Libraries & #Research Communities)” (Library Journal)

The Online Books Page Listing over 2 million free books on the Web (Online Books)

Ebooks – Orange et le CNED partenaires en Afrique (Idboox)

Listen Online: Library and Archives Canada Adds More Digitized Historical Recordings to Virtual Gramophone (Infodocket)

Fidibo – Des ebooks dans le métro de Téhéran (Idboox)

World Radio Day, 13th February: Listen to digitised radio archives from Iran and Micronesia from the Endangered Archives Programme #WorldRadioDay (British Library)

Digital Collections: University of Iowa Libraries Makes Avant-Garde Works Accessible to the World (Infodocket)

What Next-Gen Digital Humanities Looks Like (Edsurge)

Complete Collection of Digitized Issues of the Federal Register (1960-1969) Now Available Online via GPO’s govinfo (Infodocket)

Washington Post’s New Best-Seller List is Based on Data from Amazon Charts, Nielsen (The Digital Reader)

Telco brings educational ebooks to D.R. Congo, Mali, Côte d’Ivoire and Burkina Faso (The New Publishing Standard)

Embedding a Tweet Can be Copyright Infringement, Court Rules (Torrent Freak)

From Canada, Wattpad Studios Aims at Hollywood With ‘Cupid’s Match’ (Publishing Perspectives)

Jessamyn’s “Without a Net”, creative commons edition, is now available for free download (

Hugh Howey: Self-publishing is the future — and great for writers (Salon)

Kindle Scout: A Guide for Authors (Written Word Media)

Explore 5,300 Rare Manuscripts Digitized by the Vatican: From The Iliad & Aeneid, to Japanese & Aztec Illustrations (Open Culture)

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