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Short Take: Start-up to give remotes to WebTV subscribers

Set-Top.Com, a San Diego-based start-up, said today it will give free remote controls to 10,000 users of WebTV. Set-Top's remotes come with programmable keys for shortcuts to Web sites. "It makes navigating the Internet more like channel surfing," said Jamison Ching, chief executive of the five-person firm.

Set-Top.Com, a San Diego-based start-up, said today it will give free remote controls to 10,000 users of WebTV. Set-Top's remotes come with programmable keys for shortcuts to Web sites. "It makes navigating the Internet more like channel surfing," said Jamison Ching, chief executive of the five-person firm.