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 Webmachine gives you a place to define the representations and other Web-relevant properties of your application's resources -- with the emphasis that the first-class things on the Web are resources and that their essential properties of interaction are already quite well defined and usefully constrained.
 
-You could call Webmachine a REST toolkit if you wanted, and I wouldn't argue with you.  However, even that doesn't tell you what exactly it does.
+You can call Webmachine a REST toolkit if you like, and I won't argue with you.  However, even that doesn't tell you what exactly it does.
 
 It is an application layer that adds HTTP semantic awareness on top of the excellent bit-pushing and HTTP syntax-management provided by mochiweb.
 
 
 The very first implementation of Webmachine was inspired in large part by version 1 of Alan Dean's HTTP flow diagram. I subsequently worked with Alan to improve the diagram as we developed Webmachine. Webmachine's request handling engine reflects the result of that collaboration explicitly.
 
-write some more content here
+insert links in all above pargraphs, and link to all of:
 
-=== Wiki features ===
+[[QuickStart]]
+[[WebmachineResources]]
+[[ReftransUpgrade]]
+[[ExampleResources]]
+[[WebmachineSetup]] 
+[[DispatchConfiguration]]
+[[WebmachineHowto]]
+[[BigHTTPGraph]]
 
 
-{{{
-#!erlang
-
-wiki_rocks(Text) ->
-	funky(Text).
-
-}}}
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