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floob, yuzz, wum, um, humpf

Accessibility companies for the 2020s
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This is a conglomerate, post-Google Alphabet, series of companies dedicated to accessibility as opposed to advertising, and run by people with disabilities.

They could be named for the post-z characters from Dr Seuss's On Beyond Zebra: FLOOB, YUZZ, WUM, UM, HUMPF, FUDDLE, GLIKK, NUH, SNEE, QUAN, THNAD, ZATZ, JOGG, FLUNN, ITCH, YEKK, VROO, and Hi!

FLOOB might be an inclusive design initiative, YUZZ might focus on peer-to-peer orientation and mobility, WUM might be peer-to-peer assistive technology training, UM might be accessible media and HUMPF might be research and development.

Unrelatedly, whole naming schemes, tools to help with naming or exchange names... are okay.

JesusHChrist, Oct 06 2015


       Damn. I was about to post the same damned thing.
MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 06 2015

       Hmm, I got a bit grouchy about the difficulty of getting a dot ne domain name.
not_morrison_rm, Oct 07 2015

       Even as a yungun I was ticked at Dr Seuss for not actually writing the word Yuzz, or Yuzzamatuzz, using the letter Yuzz. The letter was invented to use for the word Yuzzamatuzz but then he goes and writes it with a prosaic old Y. What?   

       I deduced that it was a book for kids, and guess he thought using the new letters in words would make it hard to read for the kids. Certainly hard to read aloud.
bungston, Oct 07 2015


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