I like Lonnies.Labsters is nice.Mad Labs Minions is not good, as there is a game company named Mad Labs (least there was at some point in history, I have not seen their products recently, but I have not been looking).
Cloven Fruit GamesOn Fri, 21 May 2010 13:56:07 -0400 Bryan Stout <stoutwb@xxxxxxxxx> writes:I think I've got it:
The full name would be "Looney Labs Technical Support", which sounds official and dignified, carries the same meaning as "Lab Assistant", and is true! (Looney Labs products are low-tech, so anyone helping would be tech support.)
But then the nickname is short, catchy, easily spelled (if you know how to spell Looney), geeky, and nicely tongue-in-cheek, evoking both "crazy techs" and "lunatics".
What do you all think?
If you don't like it, here are some other things I came up with along my path to this term, and they might spur your own creativity:
- Mad Labs Minions
- Looney Labs Lunatics
On Thu, May 20, 2010 at 11:36 PM, Bryan Stout <stoutwb@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> How about "Igors"? That is short, easy to spell, catchy, not an
> animal, and has a geeky assistant-to-the-mad-scientist feel to it.
>> Some criteria for a new name for the fan club:
>> * can't be another animal name
>> * short, catchy, easy to spell, easy to remember
>> * grownup sounding, not kiddie sounding
>> Lab Assistants isn't exciting, but it does the job well. It can be used in a
>> sentence in all the necessary ways, and it sounds like a Lab Assistant
>> should be wearing a lab coat. I like it - but I'm open to changing my mind
>> if you guys come up with a great name!
>> -Kristin (of the Looney variety)
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