FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ===================== EGR PRESS ESTABLISHED First in Series of Timely White Papers Now Available on World Wide Web STAMFORD, Conn., June 3 /ERNewswire/ -- EGR Press, a newly formed wholly owned subsidiary of Entropy Gradient Reversals Worldwide (Nasdaq: EGRW), today announced its intention to publish a series of original monographs examining "worst practices" currently in use across many industries and professional disciplines. First in the series is a cutting-edge white paper entitled "The Power of Stupidity" authored specifically for Entropy Gradient Reversals by long-time EGR subscriber Giancarlo Livraghi of Milan, Italy. "Stupidity" is available only on the World Wide Web (Internet) at: http://www.rageboy.com/Stupidity.html "This is an insightful treatment of a phenomenon that touches each of us daily, perhaps particularly in the workplace," said Entropy chairman and chief executive Christopher Locke, "yet hardly is it ever addressed by name outside of traffic situations -- and even then, only with the windows rolled up." Locke also indicated he was tremendously excited about the new venture's prospects, etc., etc. Unlike some interviewees in recent issues of the widely read and ultra-chic Entropy Gradient Reversals newsletter, Mr. Livraghi is, in point of fact, a real person -- neither a horse nor a fictitious astrologer. He can be reached online at firstname.lastname@example.org. -0- 6/03/96 /NOTE TO EDITORS: If you are interested in viewing additional information on Entropy Gradient Reversals Worldwide please check out the Web page at http://www.rageboy.com/ on EGRW's corporate information pages. To receive EGR press releases by fax, please call 1-800-555-1212 within the U.S. or 123-BUGGER-OFF internationally./ /CONTACT: Press Only: Charlie Chan of Waggers Egregious 203-461-8739, email@example.com/ (EGRW)
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