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Chockstone Forum - General Discussion

General Climbing Discussion

Poll Option Votes Graph
Yes great name 21
81% 
No other name 5
19% 

Author
EZINE NAME

Hatman
8/02/2006
3:57:20 PM
do you like CARROT

with carrotmag.com.au as the domain name!?

if you don't like it then make a sugestion.

Gunta Skirtpulla
8/02/2006
3:58:17 PM
spoogarama.com.au

DaCrux
8/02/2006
9:23:36 PM
maybe ppl can come up with some other names and then we can vote which one we like best - personally I think DaCrux would be a great name ;)

adski
8/02/2006
10:27:54 PM
Carrot is a great name!

you can't register a .com.au domain without exclusively associating it with an ABN so options would be:

carrotmag.org.au
carrotmag.com

I love .com's they're simple and cheap, so:

CarrotMag.com, Australia's online climbing zine. Booya!

Hatman
9/02/2006
7:10:21 AM
.com can fail to come up in search engines when you tick australian sites.
gemmaw
9/02/2006
10:48:04 AM
I think the .org .com issue needs to be discussed further too, as raised in the previous thread.

And I know ezine is a generic name but I think it sounds poxy. I prefer e-mag or just online magazine to describe what it is. No big deal though...

Hawkman
9/02/2006
10:53:16 AM
it might not need a dedicated site to begin with. can just piggy back on another site for a little while until more is known?

on the ezine front. yeah it sounds pox. digital mag etc sound better

nmonteith
9/02/2006
10:57:05 AM
Why not just call it a magazine. Why bother with the whole E thing...
gemmaw
9/02/2006
11:06:00 AM
On 9/02/2006 nmonteith wrote:
>Why not just call it a magazine. Why bother with the whole E thing...

Yeah! Everything is 'e' these days ...oh, it's just soooooo 2005!!!
drdeviousii
9/02/2006
9:31:38 PM
On 9/02/2006 nmonteith wrote:
>Why not just call it a magazine. Why bother with the whole E thing...

its all about e's
Onsight
10/02/2006
9:59:10 AM
I'm starting to like the Carrot name more... but...

Whether itís called Carrot or Carrot Mag or whatever, when it comes to the domain name Carrot is a good URL wheras Carrotmag is not as good, for a whole bunch of reasons, not only because it is shorter.

I checked and carrot.org.au is available apparently, so I reckon go for that if the Carrot wins the dayÖ
Bob Saki
10/02/2006
10:06:42 AM
what about the name
"mild steel"
Dalai
10/02/2006
10:18:49 AM
I would go for Sandbag - a popular Australian hobby...

sticky
10/02/2006
10:24:47 AM
Semi-unrelated question:

Do Australian websites have to be ".com.au" why not just ".au"

In Canada websites are just ".ca"; in Italy ".it" (eg yahoo.ca; google.ca). The .com bit seems to be a waste of letters if you're going to have a ".au" after it.

Hawkman
10/02/2006
10:25:04 AM
On 10/02/2006 Bob Saki wrote:
>what about the name
>"mild steel"

" a-rusted development'

i like carrot although sandbag is pretty cool to

rodw
10/02/2006
10:40:17 AM
On 10/02/2006 sticky wrote:
>Semi-unrelated question:
>
>Do Australian websites have to be ".com.au" why not just ".au"
>

Nope australians official url extension is .com.au, you know we all love to follow in Americas footsteps.

nmonteith
10/02/2006
10:45:32 AM
On 10/02/2006 Dalai wrote:
>I would go for Sandbag - a popular Australian hobby...

The new magazine editor might feel they have been sandbagged into this project!
Bob Saki
10/02/2006
11:06:31 AM
last idea

rack and o-pinion

Goodvibes
10/02/2006
12:09:16 PM
Yeah Johan, Spoogarama over Carrot for sure. The only good thing about carrots is watching Euors trying to figure out what to do with bolt plates.

Sand Bag is pretty good as well.

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