Ideal Name for website

  futurekid 16:59 15 Sep 2006


over the past few weeks children in my high school have learnt new methods in learning#

Ie using the grid method in long multiplication,
so as i am one of the pupils and find these methods a peice of cake. I want to maie a website that my scholl could use and that will help them if they got stuck.

I have come up with the web address of click here
but i think it could be better

has anyone got any better ideas for a name


  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 17:21 15 Sep 2006


  Koochy 17:23 15 Sep 2006

Just done a google on this and it doesn't exist as yet


  ade.h 18:05 15 Sep 2006

I'm not surprised, Koochy. You missed an "h".

  Koochy 20:00 20 Sep 2006

I was meant to leave the h out ade.h as in sCOOL and it was my 11 year old niece that suggested it but hanks for the correction.


  ArrGee 20:07 20 Sep 2006

How about (!)

  VoG II 20:10 20 Sep 2006

click here isn't taken yet.

I think that this is an admirable idea futurekid.

  lisa02 20:12 20 Sep 2006


  lisa02 20:14 20 Sep 2006



  ArrGee 20:15 20 Sep 2006

  ade.h 20:49 20 Sep 2006

At least VoG can be relied upon to suggest a domain name that doesn't rely on deliberately poor spelling. Quite aside from my own opinion of that kind of thing, it is important - from a practical point of view - to use correct spelling in domain names, as it reduces the chances of your visitors failing to find your site. This can be a significant problem for domain names that use obscure spelling.

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