eBook, eLibrary, and ePublishing News For the Week Ending July 27

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 feeds for the week ending July 27.  A new listing will be published on No Shelf Required each Sunday evening.

If you are interested in following the feed in real time, follow me @paulkbiba — Paul Biba

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Scholastic to Close Storia eBookstore; Customers Could Lose Access to Their eBook Purchases http://t.co/fs56ELXbR0

Another Argument Against The “Artist Must Get Paid” Nonsense http://t.co/UybvxKNitG

Kindle Unlimited and the Library Community: Facts and Some Thoughts http://t.co/EuadKnB3FP

An elaborate Dutch review of the Kobo Aura HD has just been published on http://t.co/yrzVIxhzfv

Ebook Sales Continue to Increase in UK http://t.co/qgYBFC6wGa

Publishers Association: Digital ebook sales jump by 10% http://t.co/XxPK6ffzqP

The Authors Guild Loses (Again), and HathiTrust Wins–But What Does It Mean? http://t.co/SIBd0SXbMB

How to read the New Yorker this summer http://t.co/IFWktDiK35

Joe Wikert: Will you be part of Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited? Read this before you decide http://t.co/SQiThw8wgT

BitLit announces HarperCollins ebook bundling pilot programme http://t.co/qVSLTALaZa

The New Yorker is Offering Free Digital Access to Entire Publication All Summer http://t.co/BfkzSE2YIX

HarperCollins to Try Bundling Print and Ebooks With BitLit http://t.co/y6wUzW3aED

Publishers Lose First Round of Lawsuit Against Used eBook Marketplace http://t.co/EzQT94xafu

Why Amazon Terrifies Publishers: Let’s Look At Royalty Statements – Forbes http://t.co/l0PEzimfKQ

Kindle Unlimited’s Two-Tier System Makes Some Authors Second-Class Citizens http://t.co/RrAsvrnnZz

“Ebooks without Vendors: Using Open Source Software to Create and Share Meaningful Ebook Collections” http://t.co/lMSpebTCtc

50 Book Awards Open to Self-publishers via @IndieAuthorALLI http://t.co/1dnRpzuOQK

New Estimates Put UK eBook Sales up 10% in the First Four Months of the Year http://t.co/SWQf2F5C9q

Comparing Kindle Unlimited to competitors @Oyster and @Scribd http://t.co/Hla2lgorei

Wattpad Announces Creative Commons Agreement http://t.co/f4tTl8XgXj

NSR Post: ALA panel summary: Leading with Ebooks http://t.co/7OLrMJdaSP

Europeana: Sharing multimedia on Wikipedia now easier with new tool http://t.co/pwsMORYpEb

BISG Study Shows 80% of Publishers Believe Digital Book Subscription Inevitable But Responses Vary by Sector http://t.co/UpK2WthmKm

Kindle Paperwhite Update v5.4.5 Adds New PDF Features, Book-Buying Options http://t.co/DMhl3VnoK3

New Promo Video About Europeana Newspapers (Digitisation and Access Project) http://t.co/hwqyhLDD70

Wikipedia’s Library Project Working to Expand Local History With Material From Scholarly Sources http://t.co/KSS6JZetpz

How a Trio of Startups is Tackling Book Discovery in Germany | Publishing Perspectives http://t.co/fUuQBqNVFg

Dante’s Divine Comedy Illustrated in a Remarkable Illuminated Medieval Manuscript (c. 1450) http://t.co/Zx8fC5ygov

New ALA Digital Inclusion Study Shows 98% of U.S. Libraries Offer Free Wi-Fi 90% Offer Ebooks, 17% Offer Makerspaces http://t.co/EJO5lGAh6h

Telefónica Signs New Agreement to Continue Funding Digitization of Spain’s National #Library http://t.co/sfA3s2oBof

Dundurn Switches to POD in the U.K http://t.co/Nv8DTgKHRs

ALA Releases Findings From 2013 Digital Inclusion Survey http://t.co/1QuNdnYp0s

Library Company of Philadelphia Digitizes Collection of African Americana Graphics http://t.co/ijcBhdYvSS

REVIEW: Liberio eBook Publication Platform http://t.co/QYO9V3FrMF

German Government Puts 700,000 WWI Docs Online http://t.co/9z3yXhQJ4e

“Beat Amazon!” Is Not a Business Plan for Startups http://t.co/Z8okMlhLiJ

How Kindle Unlimited Is Changing the Amazon Kindle Best-Seller List http://t.co/273aEoDeTM

LJ INFOdocket New Issue of the International Journal of Digital Curation Now Online (Vol. 9, No. 1; 2014) http://t.co/UE24vhiNnU

The Peninsula Manila Gives Guests Thousands of Digital Newspapers and Magazines from PressReader http://t.co/Uy3zM8Rbm3

Oyster Goes Browser-Based, Now on All Mobile Devices http://t.co/RBiz24kiBL

Baker & Taylor Adds Site Scoping Functionality to Axis 360 Digital Service http://t.co/cT1Qe5rhKp

Customers in Canada Get Free NOOK Books® and Magazines with Download of NOOK App for Windows 8.1 http://t.co/kT8h5nx6n8

Amazon Adds Pricing Suggestions to KDP goo.gl/2e4RlR http://t.co/4nUUFeuEbs

Hip Video Explains All-Digital Library in Bexar County, Texas http://t.co/yMQgyALFkx

Comixology adds DRM-free option! Excelsior! http://t.co/Oug9ColOVw

American Library Association: 90% of Libraries in U.S. Now Lend Ebooks http://t.co/OmcXiNJDwr

Madefire Motion Books arrives on Android http://t.co/EIIC1kpTOs

The Kindle Chronicles TKC 312 Stephen Windwalker interview http://t.co/xiLcPLMw9d

Norway To Digitize All Norwegian Books Allowing Domestic IP Addresses To Read Irrespective Of Copyright Status http://t.co/vgSg9ftowS

Digital typography: Ways with words | The Economist http://t.co/uEfN9UtdHw

Librarians, Media React to Launch of Kindle Unlimited http://t.co/MO6Q9O1H9h

Guidelines for Digital Newspaper Preservation Readiness http://t.co/doVlkwQt05

Apple Confirms Purchase of Book Recommendation Maker BookLamp http://t.co/zhg0EzJ2BR

Europe’s Highest Court Says DRM Circumvention May Be Lawful In Certain Circumstances | Techdirt http://t.co/j9BFEtmB31

A new Guardian interactive tells the story of World War I in seven languages http://t.co/fgdv7cmD30

Dear Author REVIEW of the eBook Subscription Services http://t.co/PlHKJcsasM

NASA Quietly Building an eBook Empire http://t.co/9udwr8swKT