Ghana be closed during the holidays.

Alexandra is off to Ghana to adopt a baby monkey, bang some tribal drums, and eat every meal with her hands. The whole Eat My Words crew is taking off to recharge our batteries so we can start 2008 with a bang. We’ll be back the week of January 5th, 2008. Thanks to all of […]

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"Need a good domain name, must be cheap, can't be lame."

Silcon Valley’s dishy tech gossip rag, Valleywag, turned us on to this hysterical Web 2.0 satire video, “Here Comes Another Bubble,” by the Richter Scales, sung to the tune of Bill Joel’s “We Didn’t Start the Fire.” I promise you will laugh out loud and watch it more than once.

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I'd Like to Buy a Vowel, Part II

SPQR San Francisco’s newest 4-letter word is SPQR, a trendy restaurant, which gets gushing reviews for food, but like TCHO (see below), falls dreadfully short in the vowel department. SPQR is a little too much like SPOR. Eat My Words wouldn’t go near the word “spor” for one of our clients. It’s not something we […]

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I'd Like To Buy a Vowel

I don’t know about you, but I like to be able to pronounce the things I put in my mouth. (You know, that whole “eat my words” thing.) And if two consumer product namers can’t pronounce a $4 chocolate bar named T-C-H-O, that spells T-R-O-U-B-L-E. Designer chocolate begs for a hip name. The product is […]

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Are you talented enough to be an Eat My Words naming superstar?

We’re always looking for fresh talent, so if you think you have the mojo to be a rockstar Eat My Words namer, send us your top 20 name ideas for a cool new consumer product: a sleek external hard-drive that stores an enormous amount of data. Before you take the test, please get familiar with […]

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A name that's generating a lot of buzz…

Eat My Words loves to name consumer electronics but unfortunately we can’t take credit for naming OhMiBod or any of their buzz-worthy “Acsexcesories.” “Simply plug OhMiBod into your iPod® or any music player and it automatically vibrates to the rhythm and intensity of the music. Let your body feel the vibrations as you get down […]

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Dizzywood – a new spin on invented website names

We’re not usually fans of invented website names, but when Rocket Paper Scissors asked Eat My Words to name their new virtual world, we jumped at the chance to make up a fun word. Like the website, the name had to inspire a sense of imagination, discovery, exploration, and most of all, fun. (The client’s […]

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How to avoid an invented name trainwreck.

Names should make people smile instead of scratch their head. Especially invented names, which are often mangled gobbldygook. Start-ups and old-school naming firms fall in love with invented names for three reasons: 1) They sail through trademarking; 2) the domain names are always available; 3) they want the ego boost of coining a word. It’s […]

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Meet Heidi, our newest addition.

You may have met the our new office manager Heidi Paul at the blowout Fallapalooza party or had the pleasure of talking to her when you called the Eat My Words idea kitchen. From fielding phone calls, to planning our parties, to chasing down checks, to cataloging the extensive Eat My Words art collection, Heidi […]

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