August 2, 2004 New format; Computer security products; Why e-petitions are bad.
July 19, 2004 Why even confirmed chains shouldn't be forwarded; Thanks for helping me edit.
July 6, 2004 Urban legends about air fresheners and the return of spunkball.
May 15, 2004 Armchair activism to try to lower skyrocketing gas prices runs amok.
April 1, 2004 April Fool's Day is just another day to BreakTheChain.org, which celebrates its fifth anniversary this month; We explore the psychology behind chronic forwarder's syndrome.
March 5, 2004 Spring is coming, and with it comes a return to popularity of Armchair Activism chains that proposed misguided grassroots attempts to lower gasoline prices; Bulletin archive now available in Chain-Breaker's Library.
February 15, 2004 This being a Presidential election year, chain-letters making outrageous claims against this candidate or that will be the norm; Take part in our mini-polls.
February 1, 2004 Bob Keeshan's recent death will likely cause a surge in popularity for the chain-letter that paints him (and Fred Rogers) as a gritty war hero; Two allegedly new scams try to steal important credit card information from you; The great Rick Mathes debate.
December 17, 2003 Holiday greetings; Current hot discussions in the Chain-Breaker's Forum
December 1, 2003 Certain types of chain letters resurface each year at holiday time, for interesting reasons.
November 17, 2003 A new, improved Chain-Breaker's Forum; New Yanking the Chain Award Winners.
November 3, 2003 Could Congress' inability to reauthorize the ban on Internet taxes turn the old Madeline Murray O'Hare hoax into reality?