Laura Maxwell (English 111, 1994)

Ulmer points out that "the gram or trace provides the 'linguistics' for collage/montage," and he quotes Derrida's use of assemblage in Speech and Phenomena: "The word 'assemblage' seems more apt for suggesting that the kind of bringing-together proposed here has the structure of an interlacing, a weaving, or a web, which would allow the different threads and different lines of sense or force to separate again, as well as being read to bind others together."

Derrida's gram equals link, grammatology is the art and science of linking.

George P. Landow, Hypertext: The Convergence of Contemporary Critical Theory and Technology, 9,30.