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Unlinkify call to action, backbone breaks

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@@ -24,4 +24,4 @@ I had previously written [a short Jekyll plugin to generate JSON representations
How does it work? I added my Heroku instance as a post-receive hook in the repository's settings page, and have JekyllBot running within [Sinatra](http://www.sinatrarb.com/) to listen for the payload. After a push, it simply runs Jekyll (with the plugin), commits to git, and pushes the repo back to GitHub if there are any changes. The secret lies in the JSON generating plugin, which places the resulting files in the source directory (rather than `_site`), allowing the files to be tracked by git, and thus silently passed through as static files by GitHub's Pages servers when the site is built.
-With a little customization, there's no reason this process couldn't work with most Jekyll plugins (e.g., sitemaps, tag archives), allowing GitHub pages to support much more robust Jekyll implementations from within their existing security restrictions. Feel free to give [JekyllBot](https://github.com/benbalter/jekyllbot) a try on your own site, or [simply add `.json` to the the URL above](http://ben.balter.com/2012/12/27/introducing-jekyllbot.json) to see it in action.
+With a little customization, there's no reason this process couldn't work with most Jekyll plugins (e.g., sitemaps, tag archives), allowing GitHub pages to support much more robust Jekyll implementations from within their existing security restrictions. Feel free to give [JekyllBot](https://github.com/benbalter/jekyllbot) a try on your own site, or simply add `.json` to the the URL above to see it in action.

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