The Joy of AI-based name generators
I've been looking for some names and branding related to work projects; consequently, I've been indulging in the joy of name generators. My favorite currently is https://namelix.com/, an “AI-based” site generator, both for what it comes up with and for the thoughtstorms it helps generate. It can do brandable names or compound names or a bunch of other types. I had only moderate success finding a good name for what I was trying to do, but came up with plenty of others that sounded like projects that should exist, but which I'm not able to pursue at present.
Some choice ones are unusable to me, but seem to deserve being birthed into the world:
Manguage: Is that a mansplaining site? A lexicon of bro lingustic idiom? I don't know, but it should exist. Authored by “Dr. Stones” or “Brofessor Manning” or something like that.
Grammarch: master of the grammar. Or a real grammar stickler's blog.
Tactfly: Either this is a site with a lot of fishing lures, or some sort of awesome drone site.
Junglish: a karl Jung fan site
Idiomance: some sort of romance novel featuring idiots?
Branslate: a blog by Bran; or all about fiber
These were mostly the “brandable” type from namelix, so they fell like portmanteaus. (Familiar and amusing in varoius bro-compounts: https://arnoldzwicky.org/2016/01/13/an-eruption-of-bromanteaus/).
Ah, well, not enough hours in the day to build these out myself. But I'm definitely checking out manguage.com when it's up.