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First use of on-screen text messages, like in Sherlock and House of Cards
The BBC's Sherlock (July 2010-) uses a novel visual trick to show the contents of an SMS message directly on the television screen, so we can all read it without having to look at a dull phone screen. ...
Feb 6 '13 at 10:44
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