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Fix link in Blogger tutorial. Fixes #347.

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@@ -1963,7 +1963,7 @@ Now that you've tried out three plugin libraries (Paperclip, HAML, and SASS), It
Authentication is an important part of almost any web application and there are several approaches to take. Thankfully some of these have been put together in plugins so we don't have to reinvent the wheel.
-There are two popular gems for authentication: One is one named [AuthLogic](https://github.com/binarylogic/authlogic/) and I wrote up an iteration using it for the [JSMerchant](http://jumpstartlab.com/resources/rails-jumpstart/jsmerchant/) tutorial, but I think it is a little complicated for a Rails novice. You have to create several different models, controllers, and views manually. The documentation is kind of confusing, and I don't think my tutorial is that much better. The second is called [Devise](https://github.com/plataformatec/devise), and while it's the gold standard for Rails 3 applications, it is also really complicated.
+There are two popular gems for authentication: One is one named [AuthLogic](https://github.com/binarylogic/authlogic/) and I wrote up an iteration using it for the [JSMerchant](http://tutorials.jumpstartlab.com/projects/jsmerchant.html) tutorial, but I think it is a little complicated for a Rails novice. You have to create several different models, controllers, and views manually. The documentation is kind of confusing, and I don't think my tutorial is that much better. The second is called [Devise](https://github.com/plataformatec/devise), and while it's the gold standard for Rails 3 applications, it is also really complicated.
So, instead, we'll use a relatively recent addition to the world of Rails authentication options, [Sorcery](https://github.com/NoamB/sorcery), which is a lightweight and straightforward implementation that gives us a good balance of functionality and exposure to the interesting pieces and parts.
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