Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Sunday, January 24

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
Elves and Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts

Is This the Best Book Anywhere on Self-Publishing? (and Complete Pre-order Information)

digitised copies of manuscripts and archives in the British Library’s collections

Scholarly database JSTOR sees growth in ebooks program

Penthouse magazine no longer to be printed

Pottermore’s Declining eBook Revenues Explain Its Decision to Drop Exclusivity

Oyster Turns Off the Lights Following One Final iOS App Update

The e-Reader Industry Needs to Address e-book Content Errors

35 questions sur l’accès ouvert à la recherche Par Marie Lebert

Digital Publishing and Authorship in 2016: A Discussion with Joanna Penn Ten Most Popular Web Fonts of 2015

Worldreader Report Tracks Ebook Downloads in Asia and Africa

Canadian Print Book Sales Rise 1% During 2015, Ebook Sales Remain Steady

NYPL, Benetech Partner to Offer 370,000 Accessible Ebooks to Print Disabled |

New Arrivals for the New Year on Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

News UK launches The Times of London Weekly international digital edition

Netgalley offers thousands of free e-books

Did large publishers inadvertently shoot themselves in the foot by raising #ebook prices?

Le guide de l’Open Access pour Les Nuls, et au bénéfice du grand public #openaccess Redesigns their Digital Magazine Apps

Amazon is Shutting Down Shelfari

Social Reading App Glose Hits 2.0, Adds Better Stats and Reading Options

New “Europeana Collections” Website (Beta) Now Live

Global Digital Magazine Publishing Market 2016-2020 – Projected to Grow at a CAGR of 20.36% – Research and Markets

Yesterday’s News: Badly-Formatted Kindle eBooks Will (Continue to) Display an Error Message

Used eBook Marketplace Tom Kabinet is Seeking Investors

Piracy Can Boost Digital Music Sales, Research Shows

A New Romance Book App “Crave” Promises to Save the Novel

Milestones: Center for Research Libraries (CRL) Reaches 7 Million Digitized Pages

Books and articles across borders and languages (1990-2015) by Marie Lebert

Project Hart: free eReaders for kids

Got an eReader Sitting in a Drawer? Why Not Donate it to Project Hart

Is it possible to be neutral about Amazon? Digital publishing whisperer @JaneFriedman comes close. Interview:

Penguin Random House issues new library e-book pricing for its titles