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Color-coded gemelli
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Gemelli (see link) colored according to the 568-B standard for network cable (white-orange/orange, white-green/blue, white-blue/green, white-brown/brown).

Very narrow market indeed, but common rabble might buy it just because it's colorful without appreciating the intended representation.

absterge, Jun 24 2004

(?) Various pasta shapes http://www.hormel.c...catitemid=45&id=546
Pasta, gemelli included, according to Hormel. [absterge, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

568B color scheme as used with 10BaseT http://www.wdsd.org...5diag/cat5wire.html
Good in salads, too. [jutta, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

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       Why not, do they come with cable ties? +
skinflaps, Jun 24 2004

       I wonder what etherman would think of this.
yabba do yabba dabba, Jun 24 2004

       Hi, [absterge].
angel, Jun 24 2004

       Don't forget the occasional crossover noodle.
phoenix, Jun 24 2004

       Hello, [angel].   

       Yes, crossover noodles indeed, about 1%. It might be just as well to make 10base (straight through) and 100base (3/6 split) varieties.
absterge, Jun 24 2004

       Nifty. How do you do the connectors? Might gum up your crimping tool.   

       [edit] Ah, I've got it now, make connectors out of cellophane noodle...
Etymon, Jun 24 2004

       good to see you 'sterge.
waugsqueke, Jun 24 2004

       Could you color-code it in such a way as to construct DNA with the pasta pieces?   

       "Look, honey! I made you beef for dinner!"
Eugene, Jun 25 2004


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