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Typo fix in S3 tutorial. #535

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@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ Creating a Bucket
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 Once you have a connection established with S3, you will probably want to
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 create a bucket.  A bucket is a container used to store key/value pairs
-in S3.  A bucket can hold un unlimited about of data so you could potentially
+in S3.  A bucket can hold an unlimited amount of data so you could potentially
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 have just one bucket in S3 for all of your information.  Or, you could create
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 separate buckets for different types of data.  You can figure all of that out
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 later, first let's just create a bucket.  That can be accomplished like this:

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