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August 1963 Popular ElectronicsTable of Contents
People old and young enjoy waxing nostalgic about and learning some of the history of early electronics. Popular Electronics was published from October 1954 through April 1985. All copyrights are hereby acknowledged. See all articles from Popular Electronics.
This quiz appeared in the August 1963 edition of Popular Electronics. It challenges you to match the common food-related term for a device with its picture. If you've been around electronics labs and/or read electronics hobbyist magazines for a while, chances are you have run across most of the terms. A couple of the names I have to admit not being familiar, so they seem rather 'corny'... get it?
By Robert P. Balin
Many of the nicknames most technicians use for electronic parts, effects, or methods, are also names of common foodstuffs, such as those on the electronic menu below. Of course, any resemblance is purely a visual one! Nevertheless, see if you can match the electronic dishes (1-10) with the corresponding sketches (A-L).
1 Spaghetti __
2 Ham __
3 Link __
4 Acorn __
5 Prune __
6 Banana __
8 Pie __
10 Salt __
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