MakeWords, a New York company, today announced the launch of its innovative domain name generator and search engine at www.randomainer.com . Randomainer combines the English dictionary, language rules and the domain registry to suggest hundreds of name ideas.
At first, Randomainer looks for semantic relations to the keyword you are interested in. These relations have been defined by word sequences and proximity analysis on millions of text pages. Based on the resulting relations a list of new random words is created, using statistical regularities in words to come up with patterns for names that are pronounceable in the English language. Resulting random names are then queried against the global Whois database of domain names to determine their availability.
The user can then go through the list of available domains and see if any of the names suit their needs, or they can continue their search by clicking on the related words. Depending on the requirements, you may come up with a perfect match in a mere few minutes.
The interface of Randomainer is purposefully kept as simple as possible, so that nothing would interfere with the user's concentration on the result sets. Even the seed keyword doesn't actually have to be entered - suitable domains can be found as easily as continuously pressing the Random button.
Advanced search options include specifying the beginning and end parts of the names. In addition to the .com domains, the search engine can also query the .net, .org, .info, .biz, .us and .ws domains. -- www.webhosting.info