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Modified the README for the project.

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 To install the needed tools:
 
-	sudo easy_install https://github.com/koenbok/Cactus/zipball/master
-	sudo pip install markdown
+	pip install cactus
 
 Nods to other tools used to develop this:
 
 
 Making a Blog Post
 ------------------
-To make a new blog post create a file in the  "posts" directory.
+To make a new blog post create a new file in the "posts" directory.
 
-	<ROOT>/posts/YYYY-MM-DD-title-of-your-post.markdown
+	<ROOT>/posts/title-of-your-post.html
 
-Where:
-  
- * YYYY = 4 digit year
- * MM = 2 digit month (01..12)
- * DD = 2 digit day of month
-
-Edit the new post accordingly, making sure to have the following meta parameters
-at the top:
-
-	Title: Title of Your Post
-	Authors: FirstName LastName
-	Date: YYYY/MM/DD HH:MM:SS
-
-	Lorem ipsum dolor
-	=================
-	Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Vivamus tempor 
-	tincidunt feugiat. Morbi risus augue, pulvinar in hendrerit at, sollicitudin 
-	ac velit. Duis bibendum leo egestas lectus fermentum pharetra. Vestibulum et 
-	quam sed nisl egestas faucibus. Praesent consequat augue sit amet magna 
-	tristique adipiscing. Pellentesque lobortis posuere elit sit amet interdum. 
-	Suspendisse potenti. Ut dapibus ultricies enim, vitae iaculis arcu rutrum eu. 
-	Pellentesque placerat luctus diam quis ultricies. Morbi sagittis molestie auctor.
+You can do straight HTML or you can use markdown.  I recommend copying an 
+existing markdown post and editing it accordingly.
 
 Modifying Non-Blog Posts
 ------------------------
-Modify the .html file you want to.  I've added support for the markdown tag in the 
-Django based templates:
-
-	{% markdown %}
-	Lorem ipsum dolor
-	=================
-	Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Vivamus tempor 
-	tincidunt feugiat. Morbi risus augue, pulvinar in hendrerit at, sollicitudin 
-	ac velit. Duis bibendum leo egestas lectus fermentum pharetra. 
-	{% endmarkdown %}
+Modify the .html file you want to.  You can edit your files using 
+markdown now.
 
 
 [MyBlog]: http://www.ckridgway.com/ "Chris Ridgway's Blog"