you can visit S.C.O.R.E
only thing, just be prepared. some score counselors have a way of really laying it on thick and can sometimes actually discourage you. but overall, they can be very helpful.
have you taken any business classes in school?
i think what cody is trying to say is great. find your niche and you'll find a customer. i wish i was a computer savvy person. that's awesome.
to be honest, the name of your business is about i'd say the 8th most important thing on the list of important things when developing a business model. start with how your business will make money first and foremost
. then take a good hard look at your competition - what are they doing, what are they not doing - this will help you expand on the first part. then consider financing (how you will fund the start up), then inquire into business entity (LLC, CORP, etc...), look for resources to help you - financially, intellectually, etc., then maybe you can start thinking about more fun stuff, like advertising, business name yada yada yada.
oh yeah, learn Excel if you don't know it already - you'll need it to find out a timeline of revenues, expenses and such. this will HELP YOU, understand your business and it's profitability. you'll need to take a close look at your market and what the averages are of costs, gross margins, and they'll let you know how much you'll need to break even, and even show you when you'll reach this point. oh and all these numbers will be wrong when applied to reality - but that's what they're for. guidelines to let you know how your business is doing, once it's up and running. without this - you're swinging in the wind - not good.
good luck man!