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Updating README around stupid GitHub formatting

Mosting this is a formatting fix due to the VERY ANNOYING way that
github makes all linebreaks hard.  Text is much nicer to edit when
wrapped at 80 characters, or in "One line per sentence" form than in one
long paragraph of doom.  If I wanted formatting preserved, I'd use
<pre>.

</rant>

Also, added some links.
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 h1. Ditty
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-A non-linear web notebook written with Sinatra and jQuery
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+A non-linear web notebook written with "Sinatra":http://www.sinatrarb.com and "jQuery":http://www.jquery.com
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 h2. What?
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-Ditty is inspired by "TiddlyWiki":http://www.tiddlywiki.com written by
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-Jeremy Ruston, and at some point might even make itself compatiable with that
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-project.  For those that arn't familiar with the concept though:  Ditty (and
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-TiddlyWiki) are designed around the concept of 'ditties' (or tiddlers) which
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-represent little, or not so little, snippets of information that can be
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-cross-linked.  However, rather than navigating around like a normal wiki, the
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-ditties are instead inserted into the page body allowing you to dynamically
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-choose what information is displayed.
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+Ditty is inspired by "TiddlyWiki":http://www.tiddlywiki.com written by Jeremy Ruston, and at some point might even make itself compatible with that project.  For those that arn't familiar with the concept though:  Ditty (and TiddlyWiki) are designed around the concept of 'ditties' (or tiddlers) which represent little, or not so little, snippets of information that can be cross-linked.  However, rather than navigating around like a normal wiki, the ditties are instead inserted into the page body allowing you to dynamically choose what information is displayed.
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 h2. How?
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-This section will follow when Ditty is a little more polished
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+This section will follow when Ditty is a little more polished.  But basically,just run @ditty.rb@.
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 h2. License
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-Copyright (c) 2008 Jonathan Stott
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+Copyright (c) 2008-2009 Jonathan Stott
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 Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person
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 obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation

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