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MacGowan, Kenneth. Behind the Screen: The History and Techniques of the Motion Picture. New York, NY: Dell Publishing Co., Inc., 1965.
Negroponte, Nicholas. Being Digital. NY, 1995.
and Howell, Bell. Bell and Howell- How to Use Your Filmosound 8 Super Eight Movie Camera Model 442. Chicago, Illinois: Bell and Howell, undated.
Daniels, Dieter. "Between 007 and Joseph Beuys." Mediamatic 3, no. 1 (1987).
Foster, Hal. "Between Modernism and the Media." Art in America 70, no. 6 (1982).
Gillette, Frank. Between Paradigms: The Mood and Its Purpose. NY: Gordon and Breach, 1973.
Beyond / In Western New York., 2005.
Burnham, Jack. Beyond Modern Sculpture.: The Effects of Science and Technology on the Sculpture of This Century. NY: Praeger, 1972.
Holzmann, Gerard J.. Beyond Photography: The Digital Darkroom. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1988.
Daniels, Dieter. "Biennal de Video Barcelona." Mediamatic 3, no. 77/78 (1985).
Ancona, Victor. "Bill Ritchie: Video in the Pacific Northwest." Videography 2, no. 6 (1977).
Perov, Kira. Bill Viola, Edited by Kira Perov. NY, NY: Whitney Museum, 1998.
Hamamoto, Darrell. "Bill Viola." LBMAVideo 2, no. 2 (1982).
Mignot, Dorine. "Bill Viola's Room for St. John of the Cross: A Video Installarion Viewed within the Tradition of Visual Art." Video (1986).
Minkowsky, John. "Bill Viola's Video Vision." Video 81 2, no. 1 (1981).
Ancona, Victor. "Bill Viola: Video Visions From the Inner Self." Videography 7, no. 12 (1982).
Ancona, Victor. "Bill Viola: Video Visions From the Inner Self, Part II." Videography 8, no. 1 (1983).
Minkowsky, John. "Bill Viola's Video Vision." Video 80 2, no. 1 (1981).
Binder containing Cromemco Z-2, Z-2D Instruction Manual and Measurement Systems and Controls Addendum to Technical Manual for Model DM6400 Series, S-100 Dynamic Memory Boards.. Orange, CA: Cromemco, Measurement Systems and Controls, 1979.
Rubin, Karen. "Binghamton: Video World Hollywood." Pipe Dream (1972).
Schilling, Alphons. Binocularis. NY: Galerie Ariadne, undated.
Tambellini, Aldo. Biography. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Communicationsphere, 1980.
BJA Systems Model 135 Colorizer Preliminary Data Sheet (2 copies); Chromaton 14 Synthesized Animation for Television. Willow Grove, PA: BJA Systems, Inc., 1976.
Hallock, Don. Black and white images from the Videola and its creator Don Hallock. Photography by Penny d'Hammer.., 1973.
"Black Face." The Quarterly Journal of the Black Filmmaker Foundation 1, no. 1 (1989).
Tambellini, Aldo. Black Gate, Edited by Aldo Tambellini Otto Piene. New York, New York: Tambellini, 1968.
Wright, Walter. Block Diagram. New York, NY: Wright Computer Graphics, 1972.
Bode Vocoder Model No. 7702 16 channel model; Bode Frequency Shifter Model No. 741 XR. N. Tonawanda, NY: Harald Bode, undated.
Bannon, Anthony. "Bode's Video and COmputer Art Pulses With Nervous Energy." Buffalo Evening News (undated).
Hagen, Charles, and Laddy Kite. "Breaking The Box: The Electronic Operas of Robert Ashley and Woody Vasulka." Artforum 23, no. 7 (1985).