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  • Author:
    David Feinleib
  • ISBN:
    0122515706
  • ISBN13:
    978-0122515705
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  • Publisher:
    Morgan Kaufmann (August 2, 1999)
  • Pages:
    366 pages
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    Engineering
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Interactive Television is a budding, yet potentially revolutionary, technology application. The future of the Internet.

Interactive Television is a budding, yet potentially revolutionary, technology application. Written by leading industry figures, The Inside Story of Interactive TV and Microsoft WebTV for Windows is an excellent, if nontechnical, examination of the emerging WebTV technology and an equally excellent, if biased, guide to the short history of its development. Although the subject matter is handled without repetition, hesitation, or deviation, the book reads more like a collection of feature-length articles than a fully integrated book. This approach works well, since the authors' enthusiasm is maintained throughout.

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In this book, David Feinleib tells the real inside story of the people and companies that took the risk to enter this next age of television and computer. Here you will find the insights of both the individuals and companies that are exploring this digital, interactive future.

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The Inside Story of Interactive TV and Microsoft WebTV for Windows. David Feinleib, Bill Gates. From the Publisher: Interactive television is here, and it has the potential to become the most revolutionary technology application in decades. The future of the Internet, the World Wide Web, an. More).

Microsoft, WebTV, Windows and WebTV Network are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corp. in the United States and/or other countries. Other product and company names herein may be trademarks of their respective owners

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In typical Microsoft fashion (and over Dave's objections), it was given a terrible title: The Inside Story of Interactive TV and Microsoft WebTV for Windows. This title was too bad, because it otherwise was a good book, containing little promotional poop about Microsoft products.

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Inside Interactive TV and Microsoft WebTV for Windows. In this book, David Feinleib tells the real inside story of the people and companies that took the risk to enter this next age of television and computer.

Interactive Television is a budding, yet potentially revolutionary, technology application. The future of the Internet, World Wide Web, and television are marching towards a shared and interconnected future, where the Web and television will eventually be linked. In this book, David Feinleib tells the real inside story of the people and companies that took the risk to enter this next age of television and computer. Here you will find the insights of both the individuals and companies that are exploring this digital, interactive future. * First-hand accounts of industry veterans who made the decision to explore new forms of television and the Internet.* Complete narration of the adverse set of issues as told by advertising agency executives, producers of popular favorite television shows, and everyone in between.* Tells the evolution of Interactive Television, offers a technical reference to the new technologies involved, and details case studies of the cutting-edge companies that have begun to bring interactive content to the public today.


cyrexoff
There are few books available today that discuss interactive television, so it's great that there's this one to help explain it. However, as someone who has been involved in this business for 2 years now, I found the book blatantly biased toward PC-based interactive TV programming -- something that in the last year has taken a back seat to settop box-based interactive TV programming. Also, the vendors and producers mentioned in the book are not necessarily the industry leaders. The book makes no mention of Screamingly Different Entertainment, B3TV, Mixed Signals Technologies, or Wink. Take this book for what it is: a corporately penned tale about interactive TV with an agenda, but by no means a comprehensive, balanced overview.
Mr.Bean
I had to get up to speed on the world of WebTV quickly. This book did it for me. If you're a beginner like I was, this is the first book you should read before getting into the details through other, more industry-specific sources.