Monday, March 28, 2011

Naming Competition - Vote!

UPDATE: The voting time has been extended to end at 4:00PM PST. This is because, due to an oversight, I forgot to include the suggestion that got this whole competition going! If you want to change your vote to QuakeAid from a previous vote, please say so - just mention that you have already voted and that you now prefer QuakeAid.


Voting time! Here's the list of names that have been submitted.

QuakeAid - @SimonLeBoggit
The Sun Will Rise - Skrow!Media
The Light of the Eyes is as a Comet - @JesseSomfay
Every Wave Eventually Rolls Back - @Le_Berger
希望の光 (Kibou no Hikari)  (English: The Light of Hope) - @msrando
希望 (Kibou) (English: Hope) - @msrando
Waves for Waves - Thomas Park
Inter-Netlabel Compilation for Japanese Relief
Inter-Netlabel Relief for Japan

Submit your vote via Facebook, Twitter, e-mail, or by commenting on this post. Voting ends tomorrow, March 29th, at 12:01PM PST.

18 comments:

  1. Inter-Netlabel Relief for Japan
    Waves for Waves

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  2. The Sun Will Rise is nice. Pays tribute to their emblem and its meaning of the Rising Sun.

    My vote is for that one. :)

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  3. I vote for The Sun Will Rise.

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  4. Kibou is my vote, although second to that is The Sun Will Rise.

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  5. I prefer "Inter-Netlabel Compilation for Japanese Relief", I'm a sucker for descriptive titles and it's easily found on search engines.

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  6. The Sun Will Rise (again) that's my choice

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  7. Relief for Japan: An Inter-Netlabel Compilation

    as a variation of the two options

    Inter-Netlabel Compilation for Japanese Relief
    Inter-Netlabel Relief for Japan

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  8. 希望 (Kibou) (English: Hope)

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  9. some nice ideas here, but I'm still most fond of The Sun Will Rise

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  11. The Sun Will Rise is the most appropriate in my opinion.
    It's a sign of hope and very easy to remember

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