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Canepa, Anna. "Video Issue." Art Rite, no. 4 (1974).
Chanan, Michael. The Dream that Kicks. London: Routledge, 1980.
Creative Electronics Altair 8800 Theory of Operation, Manual and Schematics. Albuquerque, NM: Creative Electronics, 1975.
Crawford, Jr., Perry. Computer Graphics: General Information. New Environments for the New Education. Computer Graphics, 1967.
Casado, Jose Carlos, and Harkaitz Cano. "Reality, Artificial Reproduction, and Sexuality." Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology. Fifth Annual New York Digital Salon. 33, no. 5 (2000).
Convergence Corporation ECS-100 Series. Irvine, CA: Convergence Corporation, undated.
Chris, Cynthia. "Video Art: Stayin' Alive." Afterimage (2000).
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.
Concord Video Tape Recording System; Monitor Viewfinder Television Camera Model TCM-20. Los Angeles, CA: Concord Electronics Corp., undated.
Cawley, Tom. "City Director Films Life of Valentino." Binghamton Press (1973).
System Level Interface Guide for CP/M. CP/M, undated.
Cole, Barry. Television Today: A Close-up View, Readings from TV Guide, Edited by Barry Cole. Oxford University Press, 1981.
and Davis, Experimental Television Center Paul, Cromemco, and Texas Instrument. Bytesaver Instruction Manual, Bytesaver II Instruction Manual, TMS Video Display Processor Data Manual, Tarbell Floppy Disks (Volume 2). Trevose, PA: Cromemco Inc., undated.
Embossed Cardboard Artwork/Diagram for Col-R-Tel Color Converter.. Columbia City, Indiana, 1955.
Cameron, Eric. "Dan Graham: Appearing in Public." Artforum 15, no. 3 (1976).
Stout, David, and Bob Campbell. "Techno-Intuitive Video Exploration at CalArts." Videography 10, no. 10 (1985).
Contreras, Corey. "Hack it up." The Squealer 15, no. 1 (2004): 4.
Cesan, Donna. The Electronic Gallery - Art, Ideas and Video. Owego, NY: SUNY Binghamton & The Experimental Television Center, 1980.
Creative Artists Public Service Program (CAPS). Annual Report 1978-79.. New York, New York: Creative Artists Public Service Program, 1979.
Combs, Richard. "Lightning Over Water." 50, no. 2 (1981).
Caranicas, Peter. "Video Hardware Gets Smart: Bill Etra." Videography (1976).
Chase, Doris. "Request to use Experimental TV Center. May 30, 1973." (1973).
Cromemco Advanced Peripherals for Your Computer includes TV Dazzler, Bytesaver Memory Board and PROM Programmer, Cyclops Camera, D+7AI/0 Multi-channel analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog microcomputer interface. Cromemco, 1978.
Computer Image Corporation. Denver, CO: Computer Image Corp., undated.
Cathcart, Linda. Steina Vasulka: Machine Vision/Woody:Description, Edited by Linda Cathcart. Buffalo: Albright-Knox Art Gallery., 1978.
Howard W. Sams & Co., Inc. Photofact Folder, Set 834, Folder 2. Coronado Model TV15-9702A.. Indianapolis, IN: Howard W. Sams & Co., Inc., 1966.
The Imagician Diamond System Multi-Screen Programmer. Newton , MA: Clearlight Productions Inc., 1976.
Crosspoint Latch Corp. Prtoduct Sheets on Model 6006A and 6000B and 6000C, Product Catalog with prices.. Summit, NJ: Crosspoint Latch Corp., 1981.
Conrac Television Monitor Model CQF. Covina, CA: Conrac Corporation, undated.
Invitation for an Opening, 1983: Stories from the Old Ruin, 1991. Centre International de Creation Video Montbeliard Belfort, 1994.

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