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Fixed some common issues with word form.

what so ever → whatsoever
straight-forward → straightforward
can not → cannot
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1 parent 98bfac0 commit a44f39920a454e8f3c53700b78afef8442a1b121 Zearin committed Jan 25, 2012
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2 articles/deploying-node-upstart-monit.markdown
@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ There are two well-known technologies that can save us from this mess, and you'd
## Problems ##
-The first problem we will get thrown by, is the fact that we can not run Node.js as a daemon. A daemon, for the unaware, is a child process that spawns from a process, leaving the parent to die. Tragic story I know, but this allows things to run in the background. But why is this a problem? Well if [Kevin's blog post][] isn't enough for you, it essentially allows one to separate node from any form of interface, meaning terminal doesn't have stay open all day. I highly recommend you pause now and read Kevin's material, as it will expand more on daemonizing the node process.
+The first problem we will get thrown by, is the fact that we cannot run Node.js as a daemon. A daemon, for the unaware, is a child process that spawns from a process, leaving the parent to die. Tragic story I know, but this allows things to run in the background. But why is this a problem? Well if [Kevin's blog post][] isn't enough for you, it essentially allows one to separate node from any form of interface, meaning terminal doesn't have stay open all day. I highly recommend you pause now and read Kevin's material, as it will expand more on daemonizing the node process.
## upstart ##
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2 articles/haml-for-javascript.markdown
@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ When I switched to primarily JavaScript, I missed HAML so much I wrote two ports
## Using `haml-js` in a node website ##
-Using [haml-js][] is pretty straight-forward. First, you install `haml-js` as a library for use in node. The full docs are [here][], but I'll show how I set up my node libraries.
+Using [haml-js][] is pretty straightforward. First, you install `haml-js` as a library for use in node. The full docs are [here][], but I'll show how I set up my node libraries.
### Installing `haml-js` in node ###
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2 articles/heat-tracer.markdown
@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ First thing's first, you're going to need a system with DTrace. This likely mean
## Security
-Secondly, please be aware that at the time of writing the demo code contains a fairly substantial secruity vulnerabilty. Namely the d script is sent from the client with no authentication what so ever. If you bind to localhost this shouldn't be a big deal for a demo. Time permitting I intend to clean up the code.
+Secondly, please be aware that at the time of writing the demo code contains a fairly substantial secruity vulnerabilty. Namely the d script is sent from the client with no authentication whatsoever. If you bind to localhost this shouldn't be a big deal for a demo. Time permitting I intend to clean up the code.
## Dependencies
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2 articles/object-graphs-2.markdown
@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ Now let's define a new class of objects called Squares that inherit from Rectang
<object-graphs-2/classical.js#square>
-Usage is straight-forward. Just create an instance of each and call a function on each.
+Usage is straightforward. Just create an instance of each and call a function on each.
<object-graphs-2/classical.js#test*>

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