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Fix the example of using xsltproc in the README.

Also provide a link to FOP.
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@@ -3,13 +3,13 @@ VANITY PUBLISHING, 140 CHARACTERS AT A TIME
Everything you need to make a real goddamned, physical book of your twitter feed.
-Well, nearly everything. These scripts will help you generate some XSL:FO that you can run through your favourite XSL:FO processor (I used apache's FOP, but you might choose something less pathologically batshit insane) to render a whole goddamned book.
+Well, nearly everything. These scripts will help you generate some XSL:FO that you can run through your favourite XSL:FO processor (I used apache's FOP (http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/), but you might choose something less pathologically batshit insane) to render a whole goddamned book.
So...
$ ./get_tweets username password > all_my_tweets.tsv
$ sort -n all_my_tweets.tsv | ./generate_xml > all_my_tweets.xml
- $ xsltproc tweetbook.xsl tweetbook.fo
+ $ xsltproc tweetbook.xsl all_my_tweets.xml > tweetbook.fo
$ fop tweetbook.fo tweetbook.pdf
Right now, I'm getting one printed using Lulu.com, I'll let you know how it goes.

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