Stuart suggested we call it Acropolis Now. When we finished laughing, we realized Acropolis Now was brilliant, original, amusing, and had absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with the book. Still we thought his idea was so funny, we took it to the Powers That Rule The Universe, which means the editors.
Here's what happened with Acropolis Now (I've pulled this from a comment in a post of about 2 months ago):
The Scene: Janet (agent), Kathleen (editor), Keith (executive editor and He Who Pays For Lunch), and I are standing outside a Greek (of course) restaurant in New York.
Janet: We have a brilliant title idea for the book.
Keith: Tell me the title.
Janet: Acropolis Now.
Keith: (manic laughter) NO!
So it was with some amusement that I received an email from Keith just now, suggesting we look at the cover of the current issue of The Economist.
All right, I admit it looks better on their cover than it would have on ours. Also, on theirs it actually makes sense. Nice to see Acropolis Now got up somewhere.