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Edit of the README.

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 Why Crud Factory Icon? Icon is one of the oldest languages a person is
-likely to encounter, and yet it has been afraid to change its ancient
-habits. For years and years the "official" and Unicon
-(http://unicon.org) implementations of Icon have adhered to file
-arrangements, configuration mechanisms, etc., that are familiar to
-Icon users and at the same time difficult to manage and use on
-Unix-like systems. One finds relative locations of files and programs
-hardcoded in. Environment variables are used that also are used by
-other programs that, while not as old as Icon, are immensely more
-firmly established than Icon and therefore rightly "own" those
+likely to encounter these days on the Internet, and yet it has been
+afraid to change its ancient habits. For years and years the
+"official" and Unicon (http://unicon.org) implementations of Icon have
+adhered to file arrangements, configuration mechanisms, etc., that are
+familiar to Icon users and at the same time difficult to manage and
+use on Unix-like systems. One finds relative locations of files and
+programs hardcoded in. Environment variables are used that also are
+used by other programs that, while not as old as Icon, are immensely
+more firmly established than Icon and therefore rightly "own" those
 variables. A person does not worry that setting environment variables
 for Python is going to break Zshell or Korn shell; but setting Icon's
 "FPATH" will do exactly that.