|Scicodelic Studios||67%||[ 4 ]|
|Sixth Mangnitude Productions||0%||[ 0 ]|
|Sixth Mangnitude Studios||33%||[ 2 ]|
Total Votes : 6
Posted: Wed, 22nd Oct 2003, 9:57pm
Post 1 of 24
Fact of my life: I suck at deciding on a name. I've come up with a few good studio names, but can't decide. Here is my list, and tell me which ones you like, which are gay, and whatever else.
2.Sixth Mangnitude Productions
3.Sixth Mangnitude Studios
Please give your opinions, BUT DO NOT COPY THEM!!!!
Vote for the best with the poll.
Last edited Wed, 22nd Oct 2003, 10:08pm; edited 1 times in total.
Posted: Wed, 22nd Oct 2003, 9:59pm
Post 2 of 24
dont you mean psychodelic?
(i think thats how it's spelled)
Posted: Wed, 22nd Oct 2003, 10:03pm
Post 3 of 24
I know, It's just the way I wanted it. I like the prefix Sci (hence my name) so I applied it to everything that started with "Psy", and changed Psychodelic to Scicodelic because it sounds best.
Posted: Wed, 22nd Oct 2003, 10:04pm
Post 4 of 24
To be honest, I would pick none of them. I (in my opinion) would prefer something that wasnt any of those, and wasnt so childish (even if you are a child). But, knowing people like you (which I don't
) I'd say you've chosen and our opinion does not matter
And, just to annoy you, I stole all those names and copwrote them so there!
(well, I didn't, but it'd be funny)
Posted: Wed, 22nd Oct 2003, 10:06pm
Post 5 of 24
Yeah, I vote for none, but I ESPECIALLY DON'T VOTE for Half Life Productions because you TOTALLY stole that one.
Posted: Wed, 22nd Oct 2003, 10:08pm
Post 6 of 24
I did? Didn't mean to. I was looking through my Science book for cool words, and Half-Life was one of them. In that case, forget Half-life. Sorry MechaForce
Posted: Wed, 22nd Oct 2003, 10:09pm
Post 7 of 24
I deleted Half-Life Productions
Posted: Wed, 22nd Oct 2003, 10:13pm
Post 8 of 24
looking through a science book for cool words? try this... http://www.mbhs.edu/~bconnell/anagrams.shtml
it's how i found mine... searched for something and kinda combined parts of them.. of course, nobody has any idea what my thing means, but that's ok.
Posted: Wed, 22nd Oct 2003, 10:15pm
Post 9 of 24
I really can't decide as I think they're all quite lame - but what do I know, all I could come up with for me was 'CJ Productions'
It would help better if we knew what it is you were wanting to create under this 'banner' - that way, we may even be able to suggest something
In the meantime, if anyone can come up with something better for me, I'm all ears (not literally as I would look silly). My info is on my website - http://www.cjproductions.co.uk
Posted: Wed, 22nd Oct 2003, 10:21pm
Post 10 of 24
As I told you, I suck horribly with names. Yeah, I know their lame, but that's all I could think of during my lechure 7th period.
FYI: If you even give a care, a sixth-magnitude star is the dimmest star in the sky.
Posted: Wed, 22nd Oct 2003, 10:25pm
Post 11 of 24
Sixth Mangnitude Productions
Sixth Mangnitude StudiosScicodelic Studios
This looks like sicko-delic
to me when I read it (but perhaps that's just me!)
If you hyphenated it to be Sci-codelic
that way emphasizing the 'Sci'
elementSixth Mangnitude Productions & Sixth Mangnitude Studios
Is there something significant about 'Sixth Magnitude'
that I'm missing?
But like I said - if we know more on what you're wanting to achieve with your 'company' then a more suitable name can be made.
Posted: Wed, 22nd Oct 2003, 10:30pm
Post 12 of 24
drop the first C.
Posted: Wed, 22nd Oct 2003, 10:32pm
Post 13 of 24
SciDog wrote:FYI: If you even give a care, a sixth-magnitude star is the dimmest star in the sky.
This tells me what sixth-magnitude
means but not why it should relate to you specifically.
I'm not sure you want to be associated with the dimmest
star in the sky.
Just trying to help (like I said, I probably suck even more - Name Craig John. Cool name to come up with - my initials ('CJ') then have 'Productions' - ooh, that was inspired!)
Posted: Wed, 22nd Oct 2003, 10:38pm
Post 14 of 24
Remember this... I came up with these during a lechure today. I have no clue why I came up with them, but i just did.
Posted: Wed, 22nd Oct 2003, 10:41pm
Post 15 of 24
sidewinder wrote:SciCo Studios
drop the first C.
yeah, but scico sounds like physco...
Posted: Wed, 22nd Oct 2003, 11:10pm
Post 16 of 24
After hours of personal debate, I've come up with Infinite Studios ©. Any last opinions, sugesstions, etc.? Thanks
Posted: Wed, 22nd Oct 2003, 11:23pm
Post 17 of 24
i would check around before putting copyrights on name you made up... even if they arent real copyrights
Posted: Wed, 22nd Oct 2003, 11:57pm
Post 18 of 24
Great... thanks for showing me that 4036Douglas. Almost got myself in a lawsuit. Well, I'll keep on thinking...
Posted: Thu, 23rd Oct 2003, 12:15am
Post 19 of 24
It's unfortunate that in this day and age you have to look to see if there are any current companies with web site on them before you come up with a company name yourself.
It makes choosing a name that much difficult!
I liked Infinite Studios
by the way
Posted: Thu, 23rd Oct 2003, 12:17am
Post 20 of 24
you could go try that anagram thingy i made... nobody has degasamide productions...
Posted: Thu, 23rd Oct 2003, 12:52am
Post 21 of 24
How about Infinitas Studios©? It's "infinity" in Latin, and hasn't been taken yet. Yes, no? Good, bad? Please give suggestions. Thanks.
Posted: Thu, 23rd Oct 2003, 1:09am
Post 22 of 24
It's loads better than your first three, no offence
btw, anyone know how to actually copyright a studio name?
Posted: Thu, 23rd Oct 2003, 1:18am
Post 23 of 24
Butt-loads of legal paper work. My dad has a entrepreneur legal pass thingy, so I just talk to him to copyright it. But to copyright a movie, program, etc., just put "Copyright [year here]" somewhere on it.
Posted: Thu, 23rd Oct 2003, 1:31am
Post 24 of 24
orion0340 wrote:btw, anyone know how to actually copyright a studio name?
Copyright happens as soon as you create something. You'd probably want to trademark or servicemark a studio name.
Just USING a name gives you a limited trademark, but only for the area in which you operate and only within a narrow range of activities -- so there can be "Ajax Car Rentals" and "Ajax Floor Wax", for example.
In the US, for a full (registered) trademark, you need to submit paperwork to the Patent and Trademark Office and pay a fee. I don't know what the fee is; the number $1,000 comes to mind, but that's probably wrong.
Chilling Effects has a good trademark FAQ:http://www.chillingeffects.org/trademark/faq.cgi