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Is "NRON" a good name for a web 2.0 company?

Asked by mirza (5042points) July 24th, 2007

it sounds alot a lite enron - but i like the name "nron"

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sfgal's avatar

I think it sounds way too much like enron--I would definitely steer away from it.

ben's avatar

In general, I agree with sfgal--it's too much like enron.

If it's not secret, it would help to tell us what the company does, as that is an important part of evaluating a name (especially if you have other suggestions).

mirza's avatar

we are developing a file sharing system revolved around a WebOS

bpeoples's avatar

Too much like enron -- that's how i'd pronounce it anyway...

gooch's avatar

Erin failed don't do it

glial's avatar

I'm with the group on this one. Steer clear.

SteveJobs's avatar

if you think that your website can overshadow enron's evil deeds, then go for "nron"
but my suggestion wud be come up wit something more unique and original

regs's avatar

I think it's great. People won't forget it.

hacim's avatar

you probably want to stay as far away from names that evoke negative reactions in people’s minds by association, you would never consider naming your company notzee would you?

LynetteLynette's avatar

you can’t pronounce it, even. why would you want a silly name like that

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