All posts by Paul Biba

Paul is a retired lawyer who specialized in international joint ventures and overseas operations. He became an ebook maven to avoid carrying bulky paper books on international flights. He is the former Editor-in-Chief of TeleRead, the web's first and oldest blog about ebooks, elibraries and epublishing. He has been interviewed by the NY Times, Christian Science Monitor and the The Guardian about ebooks. Currently he provides a curated daily twitter feed on these topics @paulkbiba

eBook, eLibrary and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Sunday, June 28

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. Click on the article name to go to the original article. 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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Here’s how reader analytics can help publishers

Australia passes controversial anti-piracy web censorship law
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eBook, eLibrary and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Sunday, June 21

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. Click on the article name to go to the original article. 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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Amazon Changes the Structure of KDP Select

Onyx inkBOOK has e Ink Carta Screen and Runs Android Apps

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eBook, eLibrary and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Sunday, June 14

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. Click on the article name to go to the original article. 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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Hermann Zapf Dies at 96

On the Dastardly Evil of Proprietary eBook Formats and the Inherent Righteousness of Industry Standard Formats

Continue reading eBook, eLibrary and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Sunday, June 14

eBook, eLibrary and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Sunday, June 7

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. Click on the article name to go to the original article. 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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Statistics: U.S. E-Book Sales Down 6% in 2014 According to PubTrack Digital/Nielsen

Why Proprietary Ebook Formats Work
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eBook, eLibrary and ePublishing news for week ending Sunday, May 31

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. Click on the article name to go to the original article. 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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How to Price Your Work on Amazon

Google Play Books Publisher Program Has Been Closed
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eBook, eLibrary and ePublishing News for Week Ending Sunday, May 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. Click on the article name to go to the original article. 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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Apple Releases iBooks Author Starter Kit

Digital Content: hoopla Launches Ebooks and Shares List of All Content Provider

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eBook, eLibrary, and ePublishing News Summary For the Week Ending Sunday, May 17

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. Click on the article name to go to the original article. 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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The New York Times reboots NYT Now as a free app with a new look

Why all-you-can-read subscriptions need curation

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eBook, eLibrary, and ePublishing News Summary For the Week Ending Sunday, May 10

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. Click on the article name to go to the original article. 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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Macmillan Partners with BitLit on Ebook Bundling

Total Boox and BlueInk Review bring notable self-published books to libraries
Continue reading eBook, eLibrary, and ePublishing News Summary For the Week Ending Sunday, May 10

eBook, eLibrary, and ePublishing News Summary For the Week Ending Sunday, May 3

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. Click on the article name to go to the original article. 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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Google Chrome will stop running Silverlight, affecting many streaming services

Publishers can follow these twelve guidelines to undo print habits in digital production
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eBook, eLibrary, and ePublishing News Summary For the Week Ending Sunday, April 26

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. Click on the article name to go to the original article. 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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10 Bookish iPhone Apps You May Not Have Heard Of

Library of Congress Launches New Online Poetry Archive, Featuring 75 Years of Classic Poetry Readings
Continue reading eBook, eLibrary, and ePublishing News Summary For the Week Ending Sunday, April 26