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2000

December 2000
In this month’s special holiday issue, we explore convergence between TV and PC, access in small towns, the domain game, the value of content and community. Be sure to check out our latest haiku, horrorscopes and a special addition of Random.

November 2000
In this month’s issue, we discover how to market with multimedia, drum up a good band name, look into the life of a consultant, relax with timely haiku, develop instant rapport (how to get laid) and explore the latest in BtoB marketplaces: deathcare.

October 2000
In this month’s issue, we take a look back at some of Anvil’s greatest hits. Readers will explore new angles on banner advertising, viral marketing and community building via email, newsgroups and assorted freebies.

September 2000
In this month’s issue of Anvil, viral marketing gets a new life and death. If that doesn’t infect your interest, gain valuable insights into the evolution of physical and electronic community, the truth behind political conventions and Kudos to Rosie Phlack.

August 2000
In this month’s issue of Anvil, get your valuable recipe for Web site success, explore new angles on banner advertising, read up on the latest marketing concepts, catch up on the latest gossip and find out what sucks about the Internet, all with a cherry on top.

July 2000
In this month’s issue of Anvil, we review the results from an insightful survey about the Microsoft breakup and touch on social and business issues surrounding the Internet’s killer app: email. If that doesn’t turn your crank, you can always dive into biblical insights or catch up on the latest jargon.

June 2000
In this month’s issue of Anvil, readers will be delighted and frightened by insights into many of the issues plaguing society today, namely computer viruses, online customer support, dating in 2000, charitable donations and other freebies.

May 2000
In this month’s issue of Anvil, we explore timely issues affecting critical aspects of Internet society, primarily pornography, agency life in the tropics, the bear market and cool freebies.

April 2000
In this month’s issue of Anvil, gain insight into the true meaning of Anvil, bathroom humor, Internet marketing, a new new book, the evolution of the information superhighway and a new service from Priceline.com. Don’t forget to check your HorrorScope and a few Random thoughts.

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