GTA Technology Topics, Tips and Tricks: Mixed Links on Visual/Digital Resources & Services

The Pottermore Shop is open for purchase of Harry Potter eBooks. Unfortunately it looks like the eBooks are not available in Canada yet but the digital audio books are. The eBooks are DRM free. For more details see this announcement from Publisher’s WeeklyCheckouts from OverDrive start Thursday (?US only).
I ran across the Ogilvy Notes from SXSW 2012. These graphics are pretty cool and visually summarize a wide range of topics such as Digital Debauchery with Anthony Bourdain, Surviving Technology and Abundance: The Future is Better Than You Think. Communication using visual imagery always seems to have more of an impact and is very effective for technology related topics.
Continuing with the visual imagery theme, here is a post investigating the 20 Great Ways Libraries are Using Pinterest.
The Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory Digital Archive goes live with help from Google (PCMage article).  Also, from earlier this month the Albert Einstein Archives Online is now available.
A post from SU Information Space commenting on why LIS students should care about the Digital Public Library of America project.
A new Timeline tool is now available for everyone that pulls in media from different sources such as YouTube, Twitter, flickr, etc. Here is a post from Mashable highlighting this new tool.
Did you know there are over 100 different tools and resources available about infographics and data visualization? Here is the list.