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So, I need to register a domain for my screenplay. [Jun. 18th, 2004|10:33 am]
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Since I finished building the site and all, I need to put it up. I'm going with PoE Hosting, a subset of (naturally) Portal of Evil, since they seem to do a pretty brisk business and folks've said good things about them on the boards (and if they sucked, they wouldn't say good things about them, being the, uh, blunt sort that PoE posters are.)

The original title for the screenplay was 'Owen's Craft,' which works, but is rather boring as such. It's what the WGA registration is under too, and is not in danger of being confused with any other title out there (although Owen Wilson might sue for copyright infringement, heh heh.).

Recently, I've been toying with 'Dark and Doubtful,' which is a direct quote from prosecutor Coke (what a last name, eh?) written regarding the advance notice of the plot ('... in a dark and doubtful letter,' viz.in reference to the Monteagle letter that blew the case wide open.) I think it's less boring, but also more generic. I mean, it sounds sort of like a Dolph Lundgren film, even.

So which should I go with for the title of the site and screenplay? Or should I go with something entirely different? I want it to be non-generic, but at least slightly more interesting than the first idea as well. Ideas welcomed; post 'em here.
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[User Picture]From: aiwritingfic
2004-06-18 07:47 am (UTC)
Just go with www.owenscraft.com, how bad can that be? :) Besides, people want to know what the heck it is. I absolutely HATE having to remember a domain name that's different from what the movie's title is.
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From: fortydeuce
2004-06-18 05:40 pm (UTC)
Oh no, I wasn't going to make the movie title different from the .com, or vice-versa. I was wondering which title sounded better for both.

Also, '1605: Lots of Things Don't Blow Up, Lots of People Die' is a fantastic title, isn't it? :)
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[User Picture]From: moof
2004-06-19 01:04 am (UTC)
I prefer 'Dark and Doubtful'.
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