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typos and grammar in readme

a couple of spelling additions and some commas.
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@@ -46,7 +46,7 @@ The format of the new tweet is
`sig` is a space followed by an em-dash followed by the first letter of the sender's name in the `From:` header of the reply. Currently `tweet.rb` splits the reply text using the regex `/(.*)On.*wrote:.*/m` so this will obviously be a problem for non-English users.
-Dependancies
+Dependencies
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```console
@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@ bundle install --deployment
Twitter Application
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-Create a new [Twitter Application](https://dev.twitter.com/apps/new) and get its consumer key and secret as well as authorize your account to make use of it.
+Create a new [Twitter Application](https://dev.twitter.com/apps/new) and get its consumer key and secret. Then, authorize it within your account to make use of it.
Configuration
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@@ -93,12 +93,12 @@ This task could be run via cron like
*/5 * * * * cd $HOME/burnside; ./bin/fetch.rb -c config/PanicGWTest.yml
-To handle incoming email you'll need to setup Procmail. There's a sample recipe in the config folder. Alternatively, you could write a script that accesses your IMAP inbox and then pipe messages through `tweet.rb`. Frankly, if you don't already have Procmail setup then this might be a less painful approach.
+To handle incoming email, you'll need to setup Procmail. There's a sample recipe in the config folder. Alternatively, you could write a script that accesses your IMAP inbox and then pipe messages through `tweet.rb`. Frankly, if you don't already have Procmail setup then this might be a less painful approach.
Caveats
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-Burnside was written to be used with Apple Mail so there are a few assumptions about how it formats emails.
+Burnside was written to be used with Apple Mail, so there are a few assumptions about how it formats emails.
Contributing
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