A few years ago I designed this layout for a class I was taking and had more fun doing it than with any other assignment I have ever been given.
(It was a layout and design class, so it's just filler text.)
And if you ever happen to be searching through the fall 2000 archives of the SVU school newspaper, you might notice that HP is hidden somewhere in every issue.
(I looked through my old portfolio, but all of these clippings have been lost to time.)
One of the best nights of my life was the Midnight Muggle Madness event at the Salt Lake City Public library.
And my friend and I had a blast a few nights later when Harry and the Potters came to perform.
We broke dorm curfew the night HP4 was released in theaters.
And I experienced HP in IMAX for the first time with the release of HP3 while I was in New Orleans.
(Sorry about the poor quality of this one, but it was a printed picture and I don't have a scanner. And in case you're wondering, that is indeed a "SEEKER" t-shirt.)
Here are some great posts about saying good-bye to our favorite boy wizard.
Hank Green signs his love for HP:
The teen librarians over at the Arlington Virginia Public Library have been honoring HP all week:
- It's Harry Potter Week!!
- Harry Potter Week Confession #1: How Madeline L'Engle Opened the Door to Harry Potter.
- Harry Potter Week: Growing with a Series
- Harry Potter Week Confession #2: Saying Goodbye to HP
- Harry Potter: Important Dates in History
- MuggleNet (This was the first HP fan site I ever visited)
- The Leaky Cauldron
- Harry Potter Fan Zone
- Harry Potter Automatic News Agitator