Hi all! For the moment our website is called 'PopAnth: Bringing culture to the masses'. I chose this because it was the first thing I thought of, and it seemed pretty funny. But, as Daniel points out, it has the danger of sounding elitist and pissing people off. Does anyone have any opinions or ideas for other, catchy bylines? Cheers! Erin
Elizabeth, I like it, but suppose we substitute "understand" for "live," i.e., "PopAnth: 101 Ways to Understand Your Life" or, even simpler, "PopAnth: Understand Your Life"?
"PopAnth: Understand Your Life & the World You Live In"?
Excellent, we're advancing! John and Elizabeth, I like the personal angle. Let's generate a swag of these and see what we like best, and crowd-source opinion on our favourites.
"PopAnth: Understand Your Life in the World You Live In"... Has quite a ring to it Elizabeth :-)
PopAnth: Understand Your Life In Your World
PopAnth: Uncovering Your Life And Your World
PopAnth: Discovering Your Life In Your World
PopAnth: your life in our world
gerunds (-ing) are not cool nor are polysyllabic words
the reader -- you out there; anthropologists study humanity = we
"Bringing masses to culture" if you want to turn around the original phrasing
"Popcorn anthro for mass consumption" or something like that
"Everything tastes better with a sprinkling of anthro"
I like! These are fun. I suspect that we need to go more down this fun direction, perhaps combining some of Elizabeth's, Belinda's and Gawain's emhases on the reader to make it feel like we are speaking to / with them? I also think that it's best kept pretty short. But I'm a terrible title inventor. The only thing I can think of right now is 'Popping the kernels of culture'. I will put my thinking helmet on (more robust than a thinking hat).