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finished the guide and updated the about and welcome pages. 0.50 is in sight.

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 		<h3 class="code">Marc Hildmann</h3>
 		<p><img class="profile-left" src="<%=(web-root "includes/images/profile_marchildmann.jpg")%>" class="border" alt="Marc Hildmann" title="Marc Hildmann" />Marc Hildmann is a web developer since 1998, started writing apps in pure PHP, tried a little bit Ruby on Rails, experimented with some PHP Frameworks like Codeigniter and finally discovered newLISP. He's interested in retro-computing, especially the first XEROX machines and the good old SGI Indy.</p>
 		<h3 class="code">Greg Slepak</h3>
-		<p><img class="profile-right" src="<%=(web-root "includes/images/profile_gregslepak.png")%>" class="border" alt="Greg Slepak" title="Greg Slepak" />Greg Slepak's primary area of expertise is in software development. He's written software in a variety of languages, on a variety of platforms, for a variety of purposes. When he's not coding he's busy learning about how everything works.</p>
+		<p><img class="profile-right" src="<%=(web-root "includes/images/profile_gregslepak.png")%>" class="border" alt="Greg Slepak" title="Greg Slepak" />Greg Slepak's primary area of expertise is in software development. He's written software in a variety of languages, on a variety of platforms, for a variety of purposes. He is the author of the folder encryption tool Espionage, and is "Master Chef" at Tao Effect LLC. When he's not coding he's busy learning about how everything works.</p>
 		
 		
 		<h2>How Do we "sell" Dragonfly?! Well ...</h2>

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 		<img src="<%=(web-root "includes/images/dragonfly_header_1.jpg")%>" class="border" alt="Dragonfly" title="Dragonfly" width="474"/>
 		
 		<h1>Introduction</h1>
-		<p class="extract">Dragonfly is a <b>web framework for newLISP</b>. Development started in June 2009. It focuses on <b>speed</b>, small memory consumption and a <b>small learning curve</b>. Other goodies are a plug and play architecture for writing own helpers or modules and a very <b>easy deployment</b>. It's possible to use it with the builtin newLISP webserver.
+		<p class="extract">Dragonfly is a <b>web framework for newLISP</b>. Development started in June 2009. It focuses on <b>speed</b>, small memory consumption and a <b>small learning curve</b>. Other goodies are a plug and play architecture for plugins and a very <b>easy deployment</b>. It's possible to use it with the builtin newLISP webserver.
 		</p>
 		
 		<h2>Ten reasons for tasting Dragonfly...</h2>
 		<ol>
-			<li>You like newLISP</li>
-			<li>You need ultra performance</li>
-			<li>You want a framework with a small memory footprint</li>
-			<li>You hate the rails -like deployment and just want a "transfer to webserver and go"</li>
-			<li>You want a clear and easy-to-use templating language</li>
-			<li>You want partial views in Your templates</li>
-			<li>You want a framework which generates clean and search-friendly URLs</li>
-			<li>You need a framework which is extensible</li>
+			<li>You want performance</li>
+			<li>You want a framework that will run everywhere and is easy to deploy</li>
+			<li>You want a framework that's designer friendly</li>
+			<li>You want a framework that bends to your will, not you to it</li>
+			<li>You want a small memory footprint</li>
 			<li>You want a documented framework</li>
+			<li>You want clean and search-friendly URLs</li>
+			<li>You want to create RESTful APIs</li>
+			<li>You love newLISP</li>
 			<li>And discovering new programming styles</li>
 		</ol>
 		<p>&nbsp;</p>