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I like this last point... makes sense.
"Seek timeless instead of trendy: It seems that every generation of startups has their own “trendy” approach to names. Examples are the dropping-vowels thing (like Flickr), the breaking up of words (like del.icio.us) or the newly fashionable “.ly” names. I’d suggest that names that don’t necessarily indicate when you started are a good thing (on the off-chance that your company outlives that particular fad or trend). Pick a name that is timeliness. One that people will see 10 years from now and not think “Hey, they’re one of those companies…”...."
Posted by scottjangro 2 years, 4 months ago
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