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+# Markdown
+
+You just have to love the simplicity of **markdown**, it doens't
+provide a lot of fancy features that _reStructured Text_ or _Textile_
+do, but in return, you get a wonderfully straightforward way to create
+formatted documents, with almost zero overhead.
+
+It seems to me that technical authors probably have the most to gain
+from using **markdown**, this is probably why the most popular
+technical sites on the web use it as their primary text markup
+language.
+
+## In Emacs Markdown is awesome.
+
+#### Especially when you customize the faces...
+
+ M-x customize-group
+ markdown
+
+And set some pleasant fonts for your headings, I like Helvetica Neue.
+
+* * * * *
+
+Lists are phenomenally easy too ...
+
+1. Just number each item with 1.
+1. The markdown implementation of your choice will turn it into a
+numbered list.
+1. Although, I think you will get varying levels of cleverness from
+different implementations...
+ 1. Nested lists work ok.
+ 1. But I find as soon as you start to get a bit clever, things tend to go
+ wrong. You won't have much luck tring to use a combination of code
+ blocks or blockquotes
+
+ > See what I mean?
+ > What did I tell you?
+
+ (defn code-blocks (seriously)
+ "it could work!!"
+ )
+
+ 1. But then what about resuming the list, nah, I don't think so.
+
+1. Still, it's much better than doing:
+
+This....
+
+ <ol>
+ <li>
+ </ol>
+
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