when this tshirt sums it all up in a couple of lines?Brilliant! Though a bit more verbose than the TShirt Hell one (which seems to be no longer on offer) … [Read more...] about Why Bother Reading Harry Potter…
One of the things about popular films is that they are guaranteed to create a sort of pricing war in the online shops.The latest Harry Potter film is no different. The more popular online shops are listing the pre-release pricing and the deals are quite interesting, though Play.com seems to be slightly ahead of the crowd.Now what on earth would I do with a Harry Potter doll? … [Read more...] about Harry Potter Pre-Release Pricing War
Matt Cutts thinks there is a striking similarity between the Harry Potter font and the Yahoo logo It might be a long shot (don't Google engineers have day jobs?) but I can see the similarities if I squint enough (original post) … [Read more...] about Yahoo and Harry Potter in Secret Agreement?
A Harry Potter fan has made available a translation of the latest (and last) Harry Potter novel. The translation, which is available both online and in PDF form, is probably not up to the same levels as the official version which will be released later this year, but shows a lot of dedication and commitment. (A quick scan of the PDF found several phrases in the original English … [Read more...] about Harry Potter en espanol (unofficial version)
Techcrunch's Michael Arrington is reporting that JK Rowlings' publishers are issuing takedown notices to websites that mentioned the bit torrent story. So now if you mention that a file is available on bit torrent without even linking to it you get a takedown notice? I do not like copyright infringement and have every intention of buying a copy of the new Harry Potter book this … [Read more...] about Harry Potter Bit Torrent Story Leads To TakeDown Notices