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Updated doc after reading web worker spec

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@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ Other goals
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* (`core_data_mode` branch) Core Data compatibility so you can work easily with iPhone and Cocoa databases.
-* (`web` branch) A web listener mode so you can invoke this from an HTTP client.
+* (`web` branch) A web listener mode using either websockets and/or a simple node based http server and eventually web worker compliant. Enables NoSQLite to be used remotely or in use cases like syncing 2 SQLite databases.
* (coming) Support syncing 2 copies of a SQLite database (even if one is in Core Data format and even if one is remote, via the web listener interface).
* (maybe) Support full text search.
* (maybe) Be fully HTML 5 compatible. I need help with this for those people who want this in the browser.
@@ -83,7 +83,7 @@ You can start nosqlite in web mode by executing
nosqlite.listen(5000, delegate)
-This only works with nosqlite running in node and will cause node to start a simple node based http server to service requests. The port and delegate are optional. The portdefaults to 5000 and delegate will be explained below.
+This only works with nosqlite running in node and will cause node to start a simple node based http server to service requests. The port and delegate are optional. The port defaults to 5000 and delegate will be explained below.
If you have a node based webserver (e.g. a secure server) already running servicing other requests and you simply want to service NoSQLite web requests you can pass

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