This WebTV memorobilia is offered freely to The Computer History Museum.
WebTV marks the revolution in America where every citizen with a telephone, a television, $135, and $19.95/month had access to the internet. No arcane computer skills required. Press all the buttons you like, and you won't break it! In 1996, a revolution.
Workers at WebTV had every right to feel they were evangelists for the good news, though I never heard any of them express this thought so plainly.
Microsoft purchased this company. I believe they no longer use its original logo.
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Large tarp with WebTV logo. The same on both sides. High quality material. Click on picture to verify that there are NOT eyelets in the corners to facilitate mounting. This item would be good in a high ceiling room near the ceiling. Small tarp with WebTV logo. The same on both sides. High quality material. There ARE EYELETS in the corners to facilitate mounting. It looks to be a booth panel.
Sorry, I have no WebTV unit itself to offer, but I have a friend who might have one. See Wikipedia for other details.
Contact: Jon or Diane Claerbout, either by email or at 650-493-1393
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