time-warp the archive of vintage technology through the decades is an interactive virtual technology history museum with pictures and descriptions of artifacts of consumer technology of the twentieth century, from Laura Greenfield
Books and Articles
Angus, Robert. "History of Magnetic Recording," Audio, August and September, 1984.
Camras, Marvin, ed.. Magnetic Tape Recording. New York, 1985.
Clark, Mark H. "The Magnetic Recording Industry, 1878-1960: an international study in business and technological history." Ph. D. thesis, University of Delaware, 1992.
Clark, Mark H. "Suppressing Innovation: Bell Laboratories and Magnetic Recording." Technology and Culture 34, July 1993, pp. 522-6.
Grahme, Arthur. "Recording the Saipan Fight on Wire," Popular Science 145, December, 1944, p. 201.
Kusisto, Oscar P. "Magnetic Tape Recording, Reels, Cassettes, or Cartridges?" Journal of the Audio Engineering Society 25, October/November 1977, pp. 828-835.
Livingston, James D. Driving Force: The Natural Magic of Magnets. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1996.
"Magnetic Wire Recorder," Life 15, 1942, pp. 49-50.
Marlow, Eugene and Eugene Secunda. Shifting Time and Space: the Story of Videotape. New York: Praeger, 1991
Miller, John Anderson. Men and Volts at War: The Story of General Electric in World War II. New York: McGraw Hill, 1947.
Morton, David Lindsay, Jr. "The History of Magnetic Recording in the United States, 1888-1978." Ph.D. thesis, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1995, p. 340-379.
Morton, David Lindsay, Jr. "'The Rusty Ribbon': John Herbert Orr and the Making of the Magnetic Recording Industry, 1945-1960." Business History Review 67, Winter 1993.
Mullin, John T. "Creating the Craft of Tape Recording" in High Fidelity, April, 1976.
Nmungwun, Aaron Foisi. Video Recording Technology: its impact on media and home entertainment. Hillsdale, N.J.: L. Erlbaum Associates, 1989.
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