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fixed links and descriptions in the readme

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Brandon Mathis authored November 13, 2009

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 #### Octopress comes with
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 1. A nice, easy to configure theme that focuses on readability.
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-2. Built in support for Twitter, Delicious, and Disqus Comments.
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-3. Rake tasks that make development fast, and deployment easy.
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+2. Built in support for Twitter, Delicious, Disqus Comments, Google Analytics, and Custom Search.
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+3. Rake tasks that make development fast, and deploying easy.
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 ## Why?
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 1. Building a Jekyll blog from scratch is a lot of work.
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     sudo gem install serve
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 3. Run <code>rake preview</code> to build the site and preview it in a local webserver.
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-You'll want to change some settings, so check out the [Setup & Configurations wiki page](http://wiki.github.com/imathis/octopress/setup-configuration)
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+You'll want to change some settings, so check out the wiki for [Setup & Configurations](http://wiki.github.com/imathis/octopress/setup-configuration).
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 ## Usage
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 Octopress is almost like a front-end for Jekyll. It provides some really handy rake tasks and automation to make blogging as simple as possible. With Octopress you can:
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 - Automatically regenerate your blog while you work.
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 - Generate and deploy with a single command.
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-See the [usage wiki page](http://wiki.github.com/imathis/octopress/usage) to learn more.
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+See the wiki to learn more about [Usage](http://wiki.github.com/imathis/octopress/usage).
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 ## Third Party Integration
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 With search, comments, and analytics, you have no need for a database. This is what makes a statically generated blog possible.
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 - Google Analytics
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 - Delicious Bookmarks
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-If you already have an account with these services, you can get set up within seconds. [Check out the wiki](http://wiki.github.com/imathis/octopress/third-party-integration) to learn how to setup or remove these services.
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+If you already have an account with these services, you can get set up within seconds. Check out the wiki for [Third Party Configuration](http://wiki.github.com/imathis/octopress/third-party-integration) details, and to learn how to setup or remove these services.
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 ## Octopress Style
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 - Stylesheets use [SASS](http://sass-lang.com) and [Compass](http://compass-style.org)

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