JK Rowling's new site, with its virtual, magical world of exclusive, interactive content, is now fully open to all.
The interactive online site devoted to Harry Potter is now officially open for business, inviting people to explore the store's various haunts.
All seven Harry Potter books are now available to buy in ebook format, though Kindle owners can't get them from Amazon.
As the U.S. Department of Justice takes on publishers over e-book prices, perhaps it's an opportunity for dropping digital rights management to save everyone?
J.K. Rowling is giving bookstores more reason to worry with her online launch of Pottermore.com that will soon offer the Harry Potter series in e-Book format. On today's episode of The 404 Podcast, we're chatting about children's books, Barack Obama's new video diary on YouTube, Japanese Bagelheads, a user-submitted "DUDE...WHOA" moment, not to mention another Tang that Tune!
Get your wands out and wave them about -- the Harry Potter books are coming to Google Books and Kindle in October with the launch of JK Rowling's new site Pottermore.
On today's episode of The 404 Podcast, we're chatting about children's books, Barack Obama's new video diary on YouTube, Japanese bagelheads, a user-submitted "Dude...whoa" moment, and another Tang that Tune!
An earlier version of this story incorrectly reported that the new digital versions of the Harry Potter series were affected by the outage.
Starting today, Amazon customers can now borrow all seven Harry Potter books in English, French, Italian, German, and Spanish.