Code, nerd culture and humor from Greg Knauss.


LOS ANGELES -- April 15, 1997 -- Long-time Internet fixture and persistent annoyance "An Entirely Other Day" re-launched today at its new URL, This watershed event in the history of Web-based publishing was greeting with the distribution of a press release.

Created by noted bore Greg Knauss, "An Entirely Other Day" is a series of short stories chronicling random, pointless events in the author's life. Experienced in full, each EOD almost exactly simulates being trapped in a corner at a party by that guy who always has stuff stuck in his teeth.

Favorite EODs include "Women. Sheesh" (, "Flashback #3" (, "Memories of Milky" (, "On the Bink of Madness" (, and "At Play in the Fields of the Lawyers" (

The move to has been eagerly anticipated by the seething human tide of rabid Entirely Other Day fans, all of whom could probably stand to get out more often. "I've received dozens of letters asking me about the re-launch," said Knauss. "They were all in one message, of course, but there were dozens of them, along with some spaces and punctuation, too."

Over the course of its two years of existence, the original EOD site garnered almost universal praise. Suck raved, "Consistent wit and wisdom!" InfoWorld cheered, "#1 Most Amusing World-Wide Web Site!" The Net exulted, "Aesthetics: Poor!"

"Insofar as the re-introduction of 'An Entirely Other Day' is a watershed event, an important cultural landmark, I try to think of myself as little more than a vessel for the Zeitgeist," Knauss pretended to say while writing this release. "Plus, I'm not wearing pants."

For more information, please contact Greg Knauss (

Hi there! My name's GREG KNAUSS and I like to make things.

Some of those things are software (like Romantimatic and Buzz Clock), Web sites (like the Webby-nominated Metababy and The American People) and stories (for Web sites like Suck and Fray, print magazines like Worth and Macworld, and books like "Things I Learned About My Dad" and "Rainy Day Fun and Games for Toddler and Total Bastard").

My e-mail address is I'd love to hear from you!

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