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2001

December 2001
This holiday season, visions of dancing sugar plum fairies have been replaced by burning rubble and men in biohazard suits. My, how things have changed. On September 10th, I was enjoying an old-fashioned donut with powdered sugar topping. Only two weeks later, that very same powered donut, thoughtlessly left at the main desk, could have shut down an entire Police precinct. Through it all, IÍve realized I have to be strong and not let terrorists win the all-important psychological war. Now for the next big battle: the holidays, and I think I know how to win.

November 2001
Many thoughts went through my head as I prepared to write my introduction to the current issue on vices. I won't bore you with the details; suffice it to say chocolate and porn were top of mind. Before I spent too much time exploring the dark recesses of my gray matter, I figured it would be prudent to confirm the definition. As you might guess, it's essentially "an evil, degrading, or immoral practice or habit." Sweet, I thought, this is going to be a cakewalk.

October 2001
In this month’s issue of Anvil, we’re going to explore various perspectives on careers. If you’re one of the readers that noticed Random and HorrorScopes are missing this month, you may want to read the first article by Kent Lewis.

September 2001
In this month’s issue of Anvil, we’ll reveal the reality of broadband and multimedia on your desktop. We’ll also check out a book for visionaries and ruminate over the demise of The Industry Standard.

August 2001
In this month’s issue of Anvil, we’ll explore all sides of spam, work on unemployment, discuss the future of broadcast news, get an update on Macromedia’s Flash 5, check out and some strange Web sites. Don’t forget to check HorrorScopes and Random thoughts.

July 2001
In this month’s issue of Anvil, fight the power (outage), schools of the future, discover the secrets to success, why it all went wrong, high tech reflections, losing IT, snotty interns and hot totties. Don’t forget to check your HorrorScope and Random thoughts
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June 2001
In this month’s issue, find your dream job (or any job), lose your dream job, learn the true meaning of teamwork, tap into online business resources. Take a ride with Lou, visit a few lesser-known sites, cattle and get rich not-so-quick. Don’t forget to check your HorrorScope and Random thoughts.

May 2001
In this month’s issue, we discuss team building, image advertising, death and Webcasting, Cluetrain Manifesto, old gifs, fuckedcompany.com, SXSW and raving spirituality. Don’t forget to check your HorrorScope and Random thoughts.

April 2001
In this month’s issue, we celebrate Anvil’s birthday with a new look and feel. Learn about new marketing strategies, site usability tips, fragrant toys and technologies, options for the unemployed, Starbucks and the latest from Mexico. Don’t forget to check your HorrorScope and Random thoughts.

March 2001
In this month’s issue, we analyze rhetoric, Web research tools, online banking, Internet marketing, secrets of auctioneering, domain names and Frankie’s crib. Don’t forget to check your HorrorScope and Random thoughts.

February 2001
In this month’s issue, we look at affiliate marketing, bigger banners, invention buzz, branding with Buddy, top trends in 2001 and a little story about Frankie. Don’t forget to check your HorrorScope and Random thoughts.

January 2001
In the first issue of the start of the true new millennium, we look at mobility, banners, community surveys, networking, taking the hard road, and the shotgun approach to termination. Don’t forget to check your HorrorScope and kick off the New Year with a dose of Random.

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