Hi all, just wanted to run this by someone else as I've exhausted the goodwill of my spouse when talking about domain names. I am a web developer, making a family of community sites that have a naming pattern of ending in -wise. The sites have different focuses, the one under consideration here is going to be something like a cross between twitter and reddit. I'm trying to think up a good name. I thought this place might be a good place to get opinions about names. That's all I'm after, what you think of the name. I'm not buying or selling domains, the name I choose will be used to make a real website. So, to cut to the chase: bleepwise.com, versus beepwise.com. I currently own both. I like bleepwise, but bleep.com is already in use by a British company dealing with records and bands. I like bleep because it could be used like "tweet", i.e. a verb "bleep this out", broadcast it. However on the downside, it's not a real word. Some might have problem with the 'l', not hear it properly or mispell it. Beepwise, on the other hand, is a more common word, beep, so that is both good and bad. On the plus side, it has a pleasant symmetry to it - the 'b' is the inverse of the 'p', with two 'e's in the middle. It looks good. And, I don't think there are any major marks that endanger its use. It's a common word. But on the downside... it's a common word, and maybe not one that has the same ring to it when you use it as a verb - "beep this out" sounds somehow not as good as "bleeping something". I don't know. I'm not wedded to either one, really. They are just two that were available (bleepwise.com and beepwise.com, plus the .org and .net, which I habitually also like to have if I'm buying a .com). I also have been playing with broadcastwise.com, which is definitely more unwieldy/cumbersome in the mouth when you say it (more syllables), but on the other hand it is a real word that connotes what the site will actually be about (sharing links, broadcasting videos, etc). Different approach. What do you think of these names? Just how they hit you. Any feedback welcomed. Thanks!