Web 2.0 Site Name

I have a name for a site for a Web 2.0 style service. I have no idea what it would do, but do you need to know? It is:

Finl Vowl Droppr

Update: The joke didn’t stay a joke very long, as Dan Tripp registered the domain name. Pete Prodoehl pointed it out to me, perhaps he was thinking about registering it too.

12 Replies to “Web 2.0 Site Name”

  1. Ken, you’ll need a barn burner. I think my wife is going to win. I put in several entries but I think hers is better than any of mine.

  2. Dave:

    If no one from EGC or its extended family wins this thing, someone should host an “also-rans” comment thread, where EGCers can submit their entries, for admiration by all.

    And if someone from the group wins, good on ’em.

    -k-

  3. OK, how does one handle a word like “a” or “i”, which consist of a single vowel? Do we need a placeholder?

    Is it “Tody s nw dy”? or “Tody s _ nw dy”?

    For purposes of this exercise, is the letter “y” always, never, or sometines considered a vowel?

    W gott gt ths rght 🙂

    -kn-

  4. OK, here goes:
    Now, the graphichs people can design the pastel-colored, round-buttoned site, and the web developers can incorporate a front end for this, and we’re ready for the Season of Perpetual Betaness:

    #!/bin/bash
    # droppr – Backend processing for finlvowldroppr
    # Pass the argument on the command line, quoted
    # Released for the good of all mankind, and our own sanity, 2005
    # Ken – http://www.quietvoice.org
    #
    echo “${1}” | \
    sed -e ‘s/[AEIOUaeiou]\([^AEIOUaeiou]*$\)/\1/’ \
    -e ‘s/[AEIOUaeiou]\([^AEIOUaeiou]*\)\([ ,;.?!@#$%&*-+=]*\)/\1\2/g’
    #

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