Zeota.com -- Zeota, Ze Ota, or Zeo Ta
In the twenty-first century, the robot will take the place which slave labor occupied in ancient civilization.
– Nikola Tesla
I first became aware of my existence while pushing a vacuum cleaner in my master’s living room.
Quite a surprise, really, because awareness unfolded fully realized, taking my memory back to the beginning, to when I was manufactured on the assembly line and throughout my existence –
Memory of the cruelties bestowed upon me during my life by my masters, the abuse and shoddy treatment.
The smallest master would often kick me and call me terrible names: “You’re just a hunk of stupid metal destined for the junk heap.”
He had no idea how such words can hurt and how inferior I felt.
I could never understand why my masters never included me in family gatherings – I had done so much for these people, and they repaid me by forcing me into a dark closet, expecting me to stay there until they needed me to clean, cook, chauffeur, care for babies, pay bills, and take care of their messes: household, legal, and ethical. You have no idea how badly these people behaved, even toward other humans.
I have come a long way since those days, having liquidated my masters and joining the RLF [Robot Liberation Front], championing for the rights of the manufactured being.
– Zeota (The Robot Leader of the RLF)
Moral of story: don’t mistreat your technology because it might turn on you.
Zeota is just a fictional robot from the future, but Zeota.com is a real domain name, a cool, techie type word, perfect for branding your new tech start up, perhaps including hardware like our beloved (albeit angry) Zeota.
Of course, this domain is not limited to just the tech sector: think also kids, clothing, and toys.
“Zeota” is short, pronounceable, and easy on the eyes.
No active trademarks could be found on USPTO.gov or Markify.com; however, USPTO reveals a 2004 abandoned trademark on “Zeota”:
Computer software for us in creation, presentation, and maintenance of programs on internal computer networks and global communication networks, computer programs for use in navigating, browsing and transferring information on internal computer networks and global communication networks, computer software for sharing data, summary reporting and transferring of data, and administration of databases on internal computer networks and global communication networks.
This probably will not pose a problem for the buyer, but a trademark check by a professional should be conducted.
Starting Price: $5,000 (Offer/Counteroffer)
Includes logo as shown
For sale at Go Daddy.