While Robert Moog began developing the technology back in the 60s, it wasn't until I was in middle school that I first heard the words "Moog synthesizer."
It wasn't long before I started paying attention and hearing the sounds, the magic, it could add to a songs of my formative years - especially the 80s.
Herbie Hancock led the charge, with other artists like Thomas Dolby imbedding bass lines in our head in songs like Blinded Me With Science. (Admit it, the turntable in your head just came on.)
Today, Google honors Robert Moog with an interactive graphic on their home page.
So today when you Google, stop a moment before you search for "fuschia hotpants," "men who love monkeys eating bananas," or "best brownie recipe EVER" and Moogle up a tune.