At first, the names were distributed manually from a database. Later, the E-blocks numbers were automatically doled out in sets of 10, with an area allocated for comments about the voter, level of interest, whether the information is correct.
E-blocks are small circuit boards each of which contains a block of electronics that you would typically find in an electronic system. Each E-block performs a separate function as either an input sub-system, an output sub-system, or a processing sub-system. E-blocks can be snapped together to form a wide variety of systems that can be used for teaching and learning electronics and for the rapid prototyping of complex electronic systems.