Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Sunday, November 29

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 Paul Biba
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Mobile Reading Trends: How solid is the Kindle’s position? https://t.co/3pVK70hTU5

e-Book Cover Design Awards, October 2015 https://t.co/6o2mBnCC62

Authors can now sell their books with Apple Pay https://t.co/9JYOcTQV1q

Gale Launches First Major Online Archive of pre-20th Century Arabic Books https://t.co/esdXGiXaTy

Wattpad Announces Winners of World’s Largest Online Writing Contest Over 180 countries took part in The Wattys 2015 https://t.co/9ff2SE4sUS

A Look at the Open-Source Powered NY Philharmonic Digital Archives https://t.co/FPUDY4vqd5

Copyright and Technology NYC 2016: Early Bird Registration Now Live https://t.co/lx4N7zJuvA

Free Guide to Ebook Licensing for Public Libraries and Publishers https://t.co/9iifjHbGy0

Wyoming is doing wonderful things with e-books https://t.co/jrMGKpkH0S

Michael Bashkar: Look at the Kindle Top 100 versus print. Completely different books and publishers, for the most part, dominate. Markets diverging. [no link]

Rediscovering Charlotte Catherine Patin, a 17th-Century Art Historian https://t.co/r4KwwYqjK5

Publishing tech startups need to register now for the @1440Innovation accelerator. Deadline is 11/30. Details here: https://t.co/t77KdPesTB

#BISG X #ALALibrary featuring #PublishersWkly Digital Content in Public Libraries: What Do Patrons Think? https://t.co/74zHe1Gm2T

Free Images: National Library of New Zealand Adds More Than 3500 Hi-Resolution Images to Flickr Commons https://t.co/xbK35deTRp

First Look: Readbug, the Digital Newsstand for UK Indy Magazines https://t.co/oM92MHWpwu

Libraries Partner to Launch National Ebook Service in Luxembourg, More than 78,000 Ebooks Available https://t.co/DQyF9uN7sY

Libraries Partner to Launch National Ebook Service in Luxembourg, More than 78,000 Ebooks Available https://t.co/DQyF9uN7sY

All #Amazon Fire tablets 2015 in one handy list: comparisons, tech specs, pictures & more https://t.co/BwRmPo8pKM https://t.co/iZKLusMi2s

Michael Tamblyn is the new CEO of Kobo https://t.co/0y90M8bnKR

Huge Security Flaw Can Expose VPN Users’ Real IP-Adresses https://t.co/YrtfcFYeLv

Henderson Libraries program to aid writers in digital publishing – Las Vegas Review-Journal https://t.co/aC0DHxeASr

iPad Pro in the Clasroom https://t.co/dLao2DM13w

This Is Not the Future of the Book podcast continues to serve up interesting stuff https://t.co/3oAzrTSV9N

Curious about ebook licensing models? @pubperspectives has a handy (and free) guide for you! https://t.co/V5CB6hi1pt

Detailed info for Amazon Kindle + Fire TV devices on special Black Friday sale. A note on Voice to Text for HDX’s. https://t.co/veV2pCm07e

INTERVIEW: Caleb Mason, Founder of Publerati | What’s New in Publishing https://t.co/5t5ctx9t4h

Book Publishers Expand UK Pirate Site Blocking https://t.co/9exMeMtXEr

Best eBook Readers of 2015 https://t.co/at7F3abHHj

New Study Finds Low Levels of Digital Library Borrowing https://t.co/gc3lILvank

Edito : l’ebook, un désamour français ? Et la licorne met le chocolat… https://t.co/5E95kbTWdK https://t.co/ebjMvWh4IP

Bloquer les sites pirates, la tendance 2015 des éditeurs britanniques https://t.co/ieBpCUvt3c https://t.co/7LqrJq4qHL

A Look at the Open-Source Powered NY Philharmonic Digital #Archives https://t.co/WJEB7tqY5h

New Article: “Case Study on Cloud Based Library Software as a Service: Evaluating EZproxy” https://t.co/5HlPrcHahw