MoWH offers a unique opportunity for buyers to commemorate, celebrate or promote using simple '< input >' buttons as art
Miami Beach, FL (PRWEB) January 4, 2006
Mosaics of Web History (MoWH), located at http://www.mowh.com, officially opened for business today. Instead of offering pixels for sale, this new site gives visitors the ability to purchase the very fabric of the internet -- HTML code; specifically, "< input >" tags.
Users either design a standard "< input type="button" >" or use the "< input type="image" >" tag to display a button image of their choice. Each button features the owner's message in its title attribute (which is visible by mousing over the button). Pushing a button takes the visitor to the owner's website of choice. Buttons are displayed on the http://www.mowh.com website for a term of five (5) years.
Mosaics of Web History is a cyber-museum of sorts, initially displaying 30 pages of 30 rows of 30 columns of HTML "< input >" buttons. Buyers can purchase buttons for $100 each. Together, the buttons act as tiles to create unique mosaics.
"MoWH offers a unique opportunity for buyers to commemorate, celebrate or promote using simple '< input >' buttons as art," said web designer and site creator Mike Fountain. "The site is interactive and addictive: everybody likes pushing other people's buttons."