Marks Collection of 2,000-plus videos, which is housed at the New York Public Library, eight thematic programs were conceived, including "First Person Singular," "Drugs Into Bodies," "Collective Action," and the saucy "Reclaiming Desire--How to Have Sex in an Epidemic." Artists include Tom Kalin ("They Are Lost to Vision Altogether"), David Wojnarowicz ("Fear of Disclosure"), Ellen Spiro ("Diana's Hair Ego: AIDS Info
Up Front"), and Robert Hilferty (whose 1990 "Stop the Church" features the infamous 1989 die-in at St.
Huber (1992c) lists over a dozen bulletin boards or messaging systems, including AIDS Info
BBS, Computerized AIDS Information Network (CAIN), FOG CITY Bulletin Board System, and AIDS Teleforum.