‘Sherlock’ interactive trailer: Clues, and a magnificent mustache | CNET


The new trailer for season 3 of the BBC’s “Sherlock” debuts with never-before-seen video footage and photos embedded in the trailer itself. Be warned: Spoilers ahead.

The interactive trailer is great. Check it out here: ‘Sherlock’ interactive trailer: Clues, and a magnificent mustache | Crave – CNET.

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Books & Publishing

Harry Potter: Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone voted UK’s favourite children’s book | theguardian.co.uk and The Best YA Novel of All Time bracket game: And the winner is… | EW. From mid-November Harry Potter Stamps Coming to USPS | BookRiot

Music & Film

Video: official trailer for Kelley Armstrong’s Bitten TV series | Quill & Quire


Canadian cable network Space has released the official trailer for Bitten, a television-series adaptation of Kelley Armstrong’s 2001 debut novel.

Published by Random House Canada, Bitten follows Elena Michaels, a Toronto journalist who also happens to be the only existing female werewolf. The fantasy novel turned Armstrong into a best-selling author and kicked off her popular 15-title Women of the Otherworld series. Bitten premieres on Space Jan. 11

via Video: official trailer for Kelley Armstrong’s Bitten TV series | Quill & Quire

For The First Time, Americans Are Consuming More Digital Media Than TV | Fast Company


Further proof that traditional broadcasters should learn to embrace streaming video to capture more eyeballs, Americans will consume more digital media than TV for the first time ever in 2013. The news comes from new numbers released by eMarketer.

For The First Time, Americans Are Consuming More Digital Media Than TV | Fast Company | Business + Innovation

via For The First Time, Americans Are Consuming More Digital Media Than TV | Fast Company | Business + Innovation.

BBC News – Google launches Chromecast low-cost TV dongle


Google has announced a low-cost competitor to Apple TV – a “dongle” device called Chromecast.

The dongle is plugged into a television’s HDMI port, and allows users to stream media from smartphones, tablets and computers.

Launching immediately in the US, the device will cost $35 (£23). There is as yet no word on international launches.

via BBC News – Google launches Chromecast low-cost TV dongle.