2000.12.30: ChicagoFun NEW YEARS EVE PARTY at Charybdis.|
2000.11.29: * NOW AVAILABLE IN SIX LANGUAGES! * NEXT WEEKS NEWSLETTER page put online. Dante's free beer party.
2000.11.14: Andrew's Birthday gathering at BrockOut. Brew&View passes giveaway.
2000.10.25: Automated Response Handler System starting to get used. ChicagoBlader Halloween Rave group skate.
2000.10.24: GothicChicago.com Calendar Giveaway.
2000.10.11: Now available on web phones. Name change reminder. ChicagoFun org changed to fully automated calendar system. Created separate Goth, Arts, D&B sub-calendars.
2000.09.20: Gathering for Groove and X-Men at Brew&View. Did not win third consecutive New City Best Of Chicago. ChicagoBlader calendar changed to use fully automated system as beta test. MAPS feature added.
2000.09.05: First charity reports run. 43 people won Brew&View passes. Charybdis grand opening at new location. Name change to ChicagoFun
2000.08.30: Brew&View full house for last survivor episode. New City Best Of Chicago readers poll now running. Search features added to master list and certain calendars. HP PRINTER CARTRIDGE giveaway.
2000.08.15: First call for Charybdis volunteers. Promo to teachers for http://LessonPro.net
2000.08.01: Low Sodium Entertainment passes giveaway. ChicagoBlader Candy Rave group skate.
2000.07.25: Avantgo Version put online.
2000.07.13 Dancing Paul starts writing clubbing section.
2000.06.27: Automated calendar system announced. Used for separate PUBIC calendar and for automated submissions only. Archive search implemented. Site redesigned for city look (bricks/clouds/ivy/ground).
2000.05.21: Sequence drum&bass at Fuse promoted.
2000.05.16: Rewards for referrals program introduced. Psychosis rave promoted.
2000.04.18: Your Photos section announced. Camera giveaway.
2000.03.12: Chicago drum&bass week promoted.
2000.03.05: Gathering at Brew&View for "The World Is Not Enough"
2000.02.01: Teac/Tascam 244 "Portastudio" four track recorder giveaway. CDNOW.com partnership.
2000.01.11: Photos section added. Selected as a "Best Of The Net" by About.com