Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Sunday, December 20

bibaI am the former Editor-in-Chief of TeleRead, the Internet’s first blog devoted to ebooks. I now run a curated Twitter feed devoted to ebooks, elibraries, and epublishing.

This is a listing of those tweets for the last week. A new listing will be published on No Shelf Required each Sunday night.

If you are interested in following the feed in real time, follow me on Twitter: @paulkbiba

Digital Book World is Totally Irelevant

eBooks May be Selling Well, But eBook Apps Are Doomed,by Nate Hoffelder @thDigitalReader

Internet Archive to host telethon Dec. 19-20

The Wall Street Journal offers the latest business news with its universal Windows 10 app

Multi-language e-Textbooks

Academic Libraries: “Pearson Woes Deepen Over UK Ebook Price Row”

Kindle Unlimited Renamed in France as Contract Terms Change

Shelfie Partners with Findaway on Print-Audiobook Bundles

Watch Kobo CEO Michael Tamblyn talk about e-books

Whatever happened to innovation in the publishing industry?

On latest TKC, meet @NickLum of @BeeLineReader , which I’d love to see @Amazon add to Kindle platform.

New Issue of Scandinavian Library Quarterly Available Online (All Articles in English)

Why There’s No Innovation in the Publishing Industry

BitLit Adds Audiobooks to the Shelfie Bundle Platform

How the Book Business Invented Modern Gift-Giving

Ingram Content Group Acquires

The Field Guide to Typography: Typefaces in the Urban Landscape

“Why ebooks will eventually replace print books” MWPA Oxford debate transcript from Publerati available here (and…

Google Play Books Introduces new Night Reading Feature

Re: What Real Digital Rights Management Can Deliver

Amazon Reports First Kindle Unlimited Rates By Territory

Kobo Turns Six Today

Atavist cuts half its staff and searches for a sustainable path as funding dries up

Sony Digital Paper System DPT-S1 Review

The Orphan works database new release

Amazon UK selling more Kindle ebooks than print books

The Irish players at the forefront of new publishing

Nextory Unlimited Audiobook and e-book service wants to conquer Sweden

New York Public Library now has 375,000 e-Books for people with print disabilities

New Digital Collection: Jane Austen’s Family Music Books Digitised and Now Available Online

Google Play Books Now Has a Blue Light Filter, But There Are Better Options

A Digital Museum That Can Be Viewed IRL

AAP Reports Trade Sales Down in First 8 Months of 2015

The Barnes & Noble affiliate program is closing

e-Book Sales Decline 11.0% in 2015

The Kindle Chronicles: Charlie Tritschler, VP Amazon Devices

Malaysia’s Nanyang Press Partners With Magzter for Digital Expansion

Old Book Illustrations: Free Archive Lets You Download Beautiful Images From the Golden Age of Book Illustration

Successful Self-Publishing: How To Self-Publish An Ebook And Print Book

The Canadian Library Association wants to Disband

National Library of Israel: Historical Jewish Press Archive Home to 1.3 Million Digitized Newspaper Pages