[Note 37 to Chapter 1 in print version. © the Johns Hopkins University Press 1992.
Gregory L. Ulmer pointed this fact out to me during our conversations at the October 1989 Literacy Online conference at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa.
[Not in print version. © the Johns Hopkins University Press 1995. Since I first wrote this note, Ulmer has developed many of the pedagogical extensions of Derrida first advanced by Applied Grammatology in both Teletheory and his 1995 Hopkins volume, Heuretics: The Logic of Invention. As Hypertext 2.0 will show his conceptions of new forms of academic discourse, particularly the mystory, provide valuable inspiration and guidance for anyone trying to write in electronic environments. Ulmer, who uses the World Wide Web to teach basic undergraduate writing courses at the University of Florida, Gainesville, has put his theoretical and pedagogical ideas into hypertextual practice. ]