So I was surfing around today on Google Images looking for a decent tequila picture for a friend, and I ran across this website, tequila.epfl.ch. It’s looks like some standard software-type site at first, the generic kind that noone cares about unless they’re into server management, etc. But then you notice that the software is called Tequila, and it’s described as an “Identity Management System.”
Let’s break this down real quick. You want to sell your product. It’s purpose is to authenticate and remember network users. So you decide to name your product after something that is renowned for causing people to forget who they and everyone around them are. That’s like naming your grocery store Slightly Expired Food Co. It’s just a bad idea. Anyone with me on this?