Saturday, May 26, 2007

Maybe OM in Japan? . . .

This group could do OM.

Thursday, May 10, 2007

Policy Change

So it turns out that you should give your children easy-to-Google names. This article has caused me to question my child-naming policy:

"Justin and I wanted our son's name to be as special as he is," she explains.

I'm not sure that I want my kid to feel he or she was given a special name because I think he or she is special. Nobody likes a cocky child. So now I'm thinking of just naming each kid James with a random number for a middle name.

Note that the first few Google results for each of us nuclear Clippingers are relevant. Even our uncles with common-ish first names do well with Google. Nice work on considering the future marketing implications of your naming decisions, parents and grandparents!