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Miller, Nancy. Wildernrss: A Video Installation by Mary Lucier. Cambridge: New England Foundation for the Arts, 1986.
Miller, Branda. Surveillance. Los Angeles: (LACE), 1987.. Los Angeles: Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, 1987.
Miller, Jonathon. "The Mind's Eye and the Human Eye." Daedalus: Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences ヨ The Moving Image 114, no. 4 (1985): 185-200.
Miller, Sherry. "Electronic Video Image Processing: Notes Toward a Definition." Exposure 21, no. 3 (1983).
The Mindset Computer Animation System; Mindset Lumena graphics software.. Sunnyvale, CA: Mindset Corporation, 1984.
Minkowsky, John. "Mindframes: Media Study at Buffalo, 1973-1990." Film Quarterly 61, no. 2 (2007).
Minkowsky, John. The Videotapes of Tony Oursler., 1985.
Minkowsky, John. "Bill Viola's Video Vision." Video 81 2, no. 1 (1981).
Minkowsky, John. Some Notes on Vasulka Video - 1973-74., 1978.
Minkowsky, John. Video/TV: Humor/Comedy. Buffalo, NY: Media Study/Buffalo,, 1983.
Minkowsky, John. "The Videotape Collection at Media Study Buffalo." Afterimage 5, no. 7 (1978).
Minkowsky, John. Double Vision by Peter Campus., 1978.
Minkowsky, John. "Bill Viola's Video Vision." Video 80 2, no. 1 (1981).
Minkowsky, John. Electronic Visions. Yonkers, NY: The Hudson River Museum, 1984.
Minkowsky, John. Survey of Film/Television/Video/Still Photography/Electronic Music Activities at State University of New York Campuses. Albany, NY: State University of NY, 1977.
Minkowsky, John. Two Early Video Portraits. One-Eyed Bum by Andy Mann (1974, 6 minutes, b/w, sound). Ama L'uomo Tuo (Always Love Your Man) by Cara DeVito (1974, 20 min. b/w, sound)., 1978.
Minkowsky, John. Program Notes for The Moving Image State-Wide: 13 Tapes by 8 Videomakers. Buffalo, NY: Media Study/Buffalo, 1978.
Minsky, Marvin. The Society of Mind. "270 brilliantly original essays on... how the mind works.". New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, Inc., 1985.
Minton, James. "Video." Artweek 26936 (undated).
Mogul, Susan. "Electronic Imagemaking: How to Use 1/2" Portable VTRs." Petersen's Photographic Magazine 5, no. 5 (1976): 60-63.
Mohlhenrich, Janice. Preservation of Electronic Formats & ElectronicFormats for Preservation, Edited by Janice Mohlhenrich. WI: Highsmith Press, 1993.
Moholy-Nagy, Sibyl, and Walter Gropius. Moholy-Nagy: Experiment in Totality. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1950.
Moholy-Nagy, L.. Vision in Motion, Edited by Paul Theobald. Chicago, IL: ID Book: Institute of Design, 1947.
Heist, Eric, and Laura Parnes. Momenta Art: Exhibitions 1995 Through 1999.. Brooklyn, NY: Momenta Art, 1999.
Monaco, James. How to Read a Film: The Art, Technology, Language, History, and Theory of Film and Media. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 1977.
Monkhouse, Richard. The Moving Art of Video Graphics- or How to Drive a Spectre. Video and Audio-Visual Review, undated.
MonteVideo Art Foundation. Amsterdam, Holland, 1986.
Montgomery Ward Model 10301 CED Video Disc Player. Chicago, Illinois: Montgomery Ward, 1981.
Moog, R. A.. Setting Up Your Moog Synthesizer, A Guide to Installation and Operation of Synthesizers 1, II, and III. Model 950, 960 series.. Trumansburg, NY: R.A. Moog, Inc., 1970.
Moog, Robert. Eigenwelt Der Apparate-Welt, Pioneers of Electronic Art: Robert Moog: Moog Modular Audio Synthesizer, 1964., Edited by David Dunn. Linz, Austria: Ars Electronica, 1992.