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Pottermore Insider: You ask, we answer

Potter fan sites from around the globe helped us with the Pottermore name reveal, and now those same fan sites have been kind enough to tell us what their readers most want to know about the Pottermore experience.

While we can’t give everything away (even though we know you’d like us to!), we’d really love to answer some of your questions …

Will Pottermore be available in multiple languages?
Yes. Initially, Pottermore will be available in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. We are aiming to introduce more languages in the future – including Japanese and Korean later this year. You’ll be able to keep track of language availability here on the Insider.

Will Pottermore be free?
Yes, access to Pottermore will be completely free; you won’t have to pay anything to use the site. The Pottermore Shop will have items in it that you’ll be able to buy, but choosing to purchase something – or not – won’t affect your progress through the story as the Shop sits outside of the online reading experience.

Can you please explain what you mean by ‘online reading experience’? How much will I, as a Pottermore user, be able to affect the story? After all, hasn’t Harry’s story already been told?
The best way to think of Pottermore is as an interactive, illustrated companion to the books. J.K. Rowling wanted to create a site where her stories could live on and where readers could explore them in a new way. In addition to discovering new material from J.K. Rowling about Harry’s world, you’ll be able to interact with key story Moments (the Sorting Hat sequence, for example) and upload your own comments, thoughts and artwork for all the characters, objects and places that you come across.

So Pottermore isn’t a massively multiplayer online role-playing game like World of Warcraft, or a social network game like Farmville?
No. While there will be some simple games you can play (you’ll be able to brew potions, for example), Pottermore is very much about the books: being able to experience Harry’s story in a new way and discover all the additional information that J.K. Rowling has written.

Isn’t there a House Cup that we compete for by earning points?
Yes, there is. As you progress through the story you’ll also be able to earn house points – and once you get to the end of the first book you can carry on earning points to help your house win the House Cup.

Would you say Pottermore is a social network for fans of Harry Potter?
Not really. Pottermore isn’t trying to compete with sites like Facebook or the Harry Potter forums and fan sites that are already out there. Once you’ve signed up to Pottermore you’ll be able to find and invite your Facebook friends (if you’re over thirteen) and leave comments in your house common room and the Great Hall, but Pottermore isn’t a social networking site where you can share personal information or chat in forums.

I saw the Sony logo at the top of Pottermore.com. What’s Sony’s involvement with the site?
Sony is the primary partner of Pottermore. They have been consulted and involved in the development of the site experience and will offer a range of products and services to Pottermore users.

Is Pottermore the Harry Potter encyclopedia?
J.K. Rowling has written exclusive new material especially for Pottermore giving unique insights, back stories and additional information about the characters, places and objects in the Harry Potter series. For now, Pottermore is the only place you’ll be able to find new information from J.K. Rowling about Harry’s world, and we’ll be releasing this material as each of the seven books appears on the site.

Once I’ve been sorted, will I be able to change houses?
J.K. Rowling has created a series of questions for the Sorting Hat, and how you answer these questions will determine which of the four houses you’ll be in. Once you’ve been sorted, you won’t be able to change; the Sorting Hat’s decision is final!

What formats will the ebooks be available in? Will I be able to read them on my iPad/Sony eReader/Kindle…?
The Pottermore Shop is due to open in October. Our aim is to offer the ebooks in an as many formats as possible. We’ll provide more information closer to the time.

I’ve submitted my email to the Pottermore website – does this mean I’m registered with Pottermore.com?
Not yet. If you’ve submitted your email address to the site, we’ll use it to let you know when site registration is open to everyone. In other words, once you’ve received an email from us, you’ll be able to visit Pottermore.com and complete the registration process.

Remember, to get into Hogwarts you must have magical ability…

What’s going to happen on 31 July?
We don’t want to ruin the surprise but something will be happening on Pottermore.com on 31 July. Come back to the site, or keep an eye on the Pottermore Insider (http://insider.pottermore.com) and our Pottermore Twitter feed for details.

Is the Pottermore Owl Twitter account official?
No, it’s not – but we kind of wish we’d thought of it!

Thanks to all the sites that helped us collect the questions for this post: Blog Hogwarts, Clube do Slugue, Harry Potter Xperts, HPANA, The Leaky Cauldron, Mugglenet, Portus, SnitchSeeker, and L’Univers De Harry Potter.

Photo: the Pottermore team’s well-thumbed copy of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.

Harry Potter ebooks launch delayed

Harry Potter ebooks launch delayed
The much-anticipated launch of the Harry Potter ebooks was initially scheduled for October 2011, when the interactive Pottermore website was set to open up to general use. But the one million beta users of the site have been "incredibly active,
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Wizard! Unseen sketch of Harry Potter meeting winged Hippogriff to go under hammer
By Nadia Gilani An unseen sketch of Harry Potter meeting the mythical Hippogriff has been discovered 10 years after being drawn is set to sell for more than £10000. The one-of-a-kind drawing by former Potter illustrator Cliff Wright, who designed the
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Pottermore next frontier for series

Pottermore next frontier for series
Most Harry Potter fans have been clinging to every word spoken from the genius mouth of J.K. Rowling since the last book of the “Harry Potter” series came out, hoping for anything new.
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Harry Potter fans get fresh Pottermore details at LeakyCon 2011
To say that Harry Potter is a popular series of books and movies is a bit of an understatement. The last book, released in 2007, managed to sell 11 million copies in the first 24 hours. As for the movies, they’ve grossed over $ 6 billion, with each film averaging over $ 916 million at the box [...]
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Rowling’s Pottermore Tweets Preview Photos
Pottermore, the mysterious new site by J.K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series, is slowly becoming less of a closed book. The Pottermore…
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Pottermore next frontier for series

Pottermore next frontier for series
Most Harry Potter fans have been clinging to every word spoken from the genius mouth of J.K. Rowling since the last book of the “Harry Potter” series came out, hoping for anything new.
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Harry Potter fans get fresh Pottermore details at LeakyCon 2011
To say that Harry Potter is a popular series of books and movies is a bit of an understatement. The last book, released in 2007, managed to sell 11 million copies in the first 24 hours. As for the movies, they’ve grossed over $ 6 billion, with each film averaging over $ 916 million at the box [...]
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Rowling’s Pottermore Tweets Preview Photos
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Businesses Lose Money Because of Web Designer’s: New Book Tells Small Business Owners How to Take Back Control

Virginia Beach, VA (PRWEB) September 18, 2005

Tom Antion sits in his home at a large desk cluttered with books, pictures, telephones, computers, and an enormous amount of wiring talking on the phone and surfing the web. His small at-home office looks like a hurricane just hit it but he seems to know where everything is as he deftly juggles the phone and pulls several sheets of paper out from under a stack of books, rattling off income figures.

Tom says he expects to pull in over two million dollars in sales this year but happily points out that he “mostly just sits on his big butt.” It wasn’t always that easy, though. Several years ago, Tom found himself being held hostage by what he calls a “web artist,” (more commonly known as a web designer) someone he had hired to make him a profitable website, but who was obsessed over the look and graphical content of the site. “The site looked great,” Tom says, “but I only got 400 visitors in two years. The depression and shock that I felt upon discovering this was the best thing that ever happened to my career.”

Now, 7 years later, Tom is makes more money sitting on his rear end than going out and working for a living. He notices, though, that almost all small business owners with websites are having the same kinds of problems that he once experienced. “Their sites may look stellar,” he says with a chuckle, “but they’re getting less traffic than a convent in Las Vegas.” Tom’s face becomes suddenly serious as he says, “In today’s economic environment it is so important for the small businessperson to take advantage of every tool and technique available. I wrote this book so that I could share everything that I learned through my own experience with all the small business owners out there who are too busy to become as deeply involved with learning about websites as I am.”

Tom Antion’s book, “The Ultimate Guide to Electronic Marketing for Small Business,” is written with newcomers to internet design in mind. It lays down a foundation of basic skills before going on to more advanced techniques. If you want to learn more about Tom’s electronic marketing tricks call 1-757-431-1366.


Harry Potter and Deathly Hallows

In case you are looking for info on the second part of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, then you will be very wise to consult http://streamingveloce.it/ . This site has everything you will need to know about the second part of this Harry Potter movie. This epic and fantasy movie was filmed under the directorship of David Yates. It based on a novel by the same designation written by J Rowling. It is the final installment of the film series by the “Harry Potter” name. The Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows film continues following the quest launched by Harry Potter in the first part of the movie to located and do away with all of the Horcruxes that Lord Voldemort created over time.

Harry Potter is played, as usual, by Daniel Radcliffe. His sidekicks are Rupert Grint as Ron Weasley while Emma Watson plays as Hermione Granger. The photography for this movie start in February of 2009 and was done away with in June of 2010. The reshoots were finally completed on the 21st of December of 2010 to mark the closure of the series after 10 years. Part 2 of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released both in 2D and 3D in cinemas all round the world from the 13th to the 15th of July this year. The movie also underwent screening in various iMax cinemas globally.

Critical acclaim followed immediately after the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2. It is actuall one of the most famed of all films under review in 2011. It is breaking records in the American and Canadian box offices. It took the prize for the highest grossing opening after raking in  a record 43. 5 million US dollars. After Harry has buried Dobby properly close to Shell Cottage, he converses with Griphook to find how he can break into Gringotts bank to get to Bellatrix Lestrange’s vault. The latter agrees to the request issued by Harry so long as he will get the Sword of Griffindor after taking Hermione, Ron and Potter to the vault.

Harry then asks the wandmaker, Ollivander to properly identify the 2 wands that were taken away from Malfoy Manor. Ollivander correctly identifies them as belonging to Draco and Bellatrix Malfoy. However, Malfoy’s wand had already changed its allegiances towards Harry. When they get to the vault, Harry lands upon Helga Hufflepuff’s magical Cup despite the curses that had been placed in the vault. However, the students are abandoned by Griphook after he takes away the sword since he had not promised to aid them in leaving the vault. They release the guardian dragon from the vault before flying away. Harry then takes a peek at Voldemort’s mind to learn that Voldemort discovered this theft and went about killing many goblins including Griphook as his revenge.

The Gryffindor sword has already disappeared. However, Voldemort still keep Nagini the snake by his side since Nagini is also a horcrux, albeit living. Harry then learns that a horcrux remains in Hogwards that has some links with Rowena Ravenclaw

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Legal disputes over the Harry Potter series

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(5182, ‘Allegations of copyright and trademark infringement br Nancy Stouffer br In 1999 American author Nancy Kathleen Stouffer alleged copyright and trademark infringement by Rowling of her 1984 works The Legend of Rah and the Muggles ISBN 1 58989 400 6 and Larry Potter and His Best Friend Lilly The primary basis for Stouffer s case rested in her own purported invention of the word Muggles the name of a race of mutant humanoids in The Legend of Rah and the Muggles and Larry Potter the title character of a series of activity booklets for children Larry Potter like Harry Potter is a bespectacled boy with dark hair though he is not a character in The Legend of Rah and the Muggles Stouffer also drew a number of other comparisons such as a castle on a lake a receiving room and wooden doors Portions of Rah were originally published in booklet form by Ande Publishing Company in 1986 a company founded by Stouffer together with a group of friends and family Ande filed for bankruptcy in September 1987 without selling any of its booklets in the United States or elsewhere Rowling has stated that she first visited the United States in 1998 br Rowling along with Scholastic Press her American publisher and Warner Bros holders of the series film rights pre empted Stouffer in 2002 with a suit of their own seeking a declaratory judgment that they had not infringed on any of Stouffer s works The court found in their favour stating that no reasonable juror could find a likelihood of confusion as to the source of the two parties works During the course of the trial it was proven by clear and convincing evidence that Stouffer has perpetrated a fraud on the Court through her submission of fraudulent documents as well as through her untruthful testimony including changing pages years after the fact to retroactively insert the word muggle Her case was dismissed with prejudice and she was fined 50 000 for her pattern of intentional bad faith conduct in relation to her employment of fraudulent submissions along with being ordered to pay a portion of the plaintiffs legal fees Stouffer appealed the decision in 2004 but in 2005 the appeals court upheld the ruling She states on her website that she is planning to republish her books and is entertaining the possibility of another lawsuit against Warner Bros J K Rowling and Scholastic Press br The Legend of Rah and the Muggles is currently out of print In the spring of 2001 it was published by Thurman House LLC a Maryland publishing company Thurman House formed by Ottenheimer Publishers to republish the works of Nancy Stouffer was closed when Ottenheimer ceased operations in 2002 after filing for bankruptcy Stouffer later asserted that any copies of the book published by Thurman House are unauthorised because the publisher failed to honour its contractual obligations to her br Claire Field br In 2000 in the lead up to the release of the first Harry Potter film Harry Potter and the Philosopher s Stone Warner Bros the film s distributor sent a series of letters to owners of Harry Potter fansites demanding that to protect their copyright they hand over their domain names The action resulted in negative publicity for the company when Claire Field the then 15 year old webmaster of the British fansite harrypotterguide co uk was reduced to tears by what were described by her father as unnecessary bully tactics Eventually the corporation backed down in the face of media opposition and declared that as the site was non commercial it did not violate the trademark br Unauthorised Chinese Harry Potter books br In 2002 an unauthorised Chinese language sequel titled Harry Potter and Bao Zoulong Chinese Hanyu Pinyin Hl Bt y Bo Zulng appeared for sale in the People s Republic of China In English language media this was mistranslated as Harry Potter and Leopard Walk Up to Dragon According to translated excerpts the book principally consists of the text of J R R Tolkien s The Hobbit but with most names changed to those of Harry Potter characters The book was quickly recognised as a fake Rowling and Warner Bros took steps to stop its distribution Copies were briefly distributed around the world including e book copies traded on the Internet br In November 2002 the Bashu Publishing House in the southwestern city of Chengdu agreed to pay a 1 600 US 3 400 fine and publish an apology in China s Legal Times for printing and distributing the novel As of 2007 the identity of the anonymous author has not been discovered The opening of Harry Potter and Bao Zoulong translated into English was included in several news articles br Also in 2002 the China Braille Publishing House published Harry Potter and the Porcelain Doll As of 2007 it is estimated that there are fifteen million fraudulent Harry Potter novels circulating in China In 2007 Rowling s agents the Christopher Little Literary Agency began to discuss the possibility of legal proceedings concerning a fake version of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows that appeared in China ten days before the actual book s publication br Uttam Ghosh br In 2003 legal pressure from Harry Potter s publishers led an Indian publisher to stop publication of Harry Potter in Calcutta by Uttam Ghosh a work in which Harry meets figures from Bengali literature br Dmitri Yemets br Main article Tanya Grotter br In 2003 courts in the Netherlands prevented the distribution of a Dutch translation of Tanya Grotter and the Magical Double Bass the first of Dmitri Yemets popular Russian series about a female apprentice wizard Rowling and her publishers sued arguing that the Grotter books violate copyright law Yemets and his original Moscow based publishers Eksmo argued that the books constitute a parody permitted under copyright The Dutch courts ruled that the books did not constitute parody and thus were not allowed to be sold in the Netherlands br Later that year as the Dutch translation Tanja Grotter en de magische contrabas was still legal in Belgium the Flemish publishers Roularta Books decided to print 1 000 copies and no more in order to let people decide whether it was plagiarism hoping that under those circumstances Rowling and her publishers would not sue Rowling did not sue but as there was a lot of interest in the book Dutch people could buy the book by postal order from another Flemish publisher Boekhandel VanIn it was soon sold out The books continue to be published in Russia and have spawned several sequels br Preventive Maintenance Monthly br In their May 2004 issue the US Army publication the Preventive Maintenance Monthly which instructs soldiers on how to maintain their equipment featured a spoof comic based on Harry Potter featuring a character named Topper who resided at Mogmarts School under Professor Rumbledore The publication received notice from Rowling s lawyers that the comics breached copyright though the magazine s editor Ken Crunk claimed that no violation had taken place as t he drawings do not look like any of the characters from Harry Potter After a discussion with Rowling s representatives the magazine agreed not to use the characters again br eBay br In 2004 Rowling and Time Warner launched legal actions against bazee com now the Indian branch of the online auction site eBay The site had hosted illegally created e books of Harry Potter which Rowling had never agreed to be published In 2005 Rowling warned her fans on her website that various signed Harry Potter memorabilia appearing for sale on eBay did not in fact use her signature She urged her fans to protest eBay to prevent other children from being swindled In 2007 Rowling launched lawsuits against a number of users of the site obtaining a series of stay orders preventing them from selling her work However eBay claimed that in her dealings with the media Rowling had falsely claimed that her injunctions had been against eBay itself In June 2007 eBay filed papers with the Delhi High Court alleging that Rowling had caused them immense humiliation and harassment The High Court circumvented the application claiming that it could not make such a judgment until the case went to trial br Wyrd Sisters br In 2005 Warner Bros offered CAD 5 000 later CAD 50 000 to the Canadian folk band the Wyrd Sisters for the rights to use their name in the film version of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Rowling had written a scene in the novel in which a band called the Weird Sisters appeared at a school dance and the group owned the rights to the name in Canada However the offer was declined and instead the band undertook a legal action against Warner Bros as well as Jarvis Cocker of Pulp and Jonny Greenwood and Phil Selway of Radiohead who were to play the band in the film All plans to use the name in the movie were later abandoned Despite that decision the Canadian band filed a CAD 40 million 39 160 million lawsuit against Warner in Ontario court In connection with the lawsuit the band brought an interlocutory injunction hoping to prevent the release of the film The injunction application was dismissed The entire suit was dismissed in November 2005 In June 2006 an Ontario judge decreed that the band pay Warner Bros CAD 140 000 in legal costs describing their lawsuit as highly intrusive The group claimed they planned to appeal the decision Jarvis Cocker initially wished to release an album of Weird Sisters themed music with collaborators including Franz Ferdinand Jack White and Iggy Pop but the project was dropped as a result of the lawsuit As of August 2007 the band were still pursuing their claim with hopes to bring it to the federal level The band has reported receiving death threats from irate Harry Potter fans br Kolkata lawsuit br In October 2007 Warner Bros sued a group constructing a faade during a Hindu religious festival in the Indian city of Kolkata for Rs 160 2 million US 160 43 000 claiming that they had erected a giant replica of Harry Potter s school Hogwarts without their permission Initial reports stated that as the effort was not for profit it did not violate Rowling s copyright The Associated Press claimed that the High Court of Delhi where the petition was filed allowed the organisers to carry on with the temporary construction with an order that the structure had to be dismantled after the festival was over and that the court refused to impose any compensation on the basis that the organisers were involved in a non profit making enterprise However these statements were later retracted the court had in fact ruled in favour of Warner Bros but no fine had been ordered and Warner Bros claimed that they had only requested a fine because such action was necessary under Indian law br In November 2007 Rowling discussed the case on her website listing the rumours that she had targeted a non profit organisation as Toxic and saying The defendants were not religious charities and theirs was not a religious celebration On the contrary it was a large scale commercial sponsored event involving corporations that included a major Indian high street bank The event was however set up while a Hindu festival was going on 160 The court ruled that Warner Bros rights had indeed been infringed and that events such as the one in question would need Warner Bros permission in the future The court also restrained all the defendants from any future events infringing Warner Bros rights br RDR Books br Main article Warner Bros and JK Rowling vs RDR Books br On 31 October 2007 Warner Bros and Rowling sued RDR Books to block the publication of a 400 page book version of the Harry Potter Lexicon an online reference guide to her work Rowling who previously had a good relationship with Lexicon owner Steve Vander Ark reiterated on her website that she plans to write a Harry Potter encyclopaedia and that the publication of a similar book before her own would hurt the proceeds of the official encyclopaedia which she plans to give to charity A judge later barred publication of the book in any form until the case was resolved In their suit Rowling s lawyers also asserted that as the book describes itself as a print facsimile of the Harry Potter Lexicon website it would publish excerpts from the novels and stills from the films without offering sufficient transformative material to be considered a separate work The trial concluded on 17 April 2008 On 8 September 2008 the judge ruled in her favour claiming that the book would violate the terms of fair use br Mirchi Movies br In August 2008 Warner Bros filed a lawsuit against production company Mirchi Movies due to the similarity of the title of their Bollywood film Hari Puttar A Comedy of Terrors to the Harry Potter film series Mirchi Movies CEO Munish Purii claimed there is very little similarity between Hari Puttar and any elements in the Harry Potter franchise and explained that Hari is a popular Indian name while puttar means son in Punjabi although Indian versions of Harry Potter also translate Harry s name to Hari Puttar The film was delayed until late September Warner Bros claimed that the title was confusing but Mirchi Movies claimed they registered the name in 2005 On 24 September 2008 the court in Delhi rejected Warner Bros claim saying that Harry Potter readers were sufficiently able to distinguish between the two works They also accused Warner Bros of delaying the action since they were aware of the film as far back as 2005 br Adrian Jacobs br In June 2009 the estate of Adrian Jacobs a children s author who died in 1997 sued Rowling s publishers Bloomsbury for 500 million accusing her of having plagiarised substantial parts of his work in writing the novel Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire In a statement Jacobs s family claimed that a scene in Goblet of Fire was substantially similar to Jacobs s book The Adventures of Willy the Wizard Livid Land Both Willy and Harry are required to work out the exact nature’)

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 Becomes the Third Highest-Grossing Movie of All Time

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 17, 2011

Explore Talent released a news report on its site, http://www.exploretalent.com, that Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 became the third highest-grossing movie of all time. Coming in at more than $ 1.13 billion dollars in movie tickets all over the world, this installment in the Harry Potter trilogy has surpassed both Toy Story 3 and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King. Many actors have gone to acting auditions, hoping to get acting jobs on this movie.

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