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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 mammoth list of Digitised Manuscripts hyperlinks (British Library) Digital Collections: 1200 Film Programs in the Digital Library of the University of Lodz (Infodocket) Bookeen Partner Carre-Four Shut Down its eBook Division, Nolim (The Digital Reader) Piracy Can Help Music Sales of Many Artists, Research Shows (Torrentfreak) Free: Download 10,000+ Master Drawings from The Morgan Library & Museum’s Online Collection (Open Culture) e-Book Cover Design Awards, December 2017 (The Book Designer) Czech Publisher Grada Opens Bookport, an Ebook Subscription Platform (Publishing Perspectives) Virginia Woolf’s Personal Photo Album Digitized & Put Online by Harvard: See Candid Snapshots of Woolf, Her Family, and Friends from the Bloomsbury Group (Open Culture) Congratulations to DAISY for releasing Ace, a publishing tool to facilitate accessibility in content in new ways. (PRWeb) Digitization Projects: University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center Makes Available Records of Appalachian Social Justice Organizations, Access Online (Infodocket) Boston Public Library Launches a Crowdsourced Project to Transcribe 40,000 Documents from Its Anti-Slavery Collection: You Can Now Help (Open Culture) Now Available: Landmark Audiovisual Preservation Document (IASA-TC 03) Revised […]
You just finished reading Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary, eMuseum and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Friday, February 2 which was published on The Digital Reader.