1. Owen Nelson
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 `Lance Spitzner <http://www.securingthehuman.org/>`_
 in which he described his approach to phishing awareness.
 
-Trawler requires ``django>=1.3`` and the ability to send mail.
-Here's the highlights of how to get up and running.
+For more detail: http://django-trawler.readthedocs.org/
 
-* Add ``trawler`` to ``INSTALLED_APPS``.
-* Run django's ``syncdb`` management command.
-* Ensure your mail settings are appropriate (the app needs to send mail, 
-  or not if in development).
-* Enable the admin site to use the trawler interface.
-* Ensure you set the domain for your server (django ``Sites`` framework) so 
+Installation
+------------
+If you're familiar with django apps, this process will be familiar.
+Install using your choice of ``pip`` or ``easy_install``: ::
+    
+    $ pip install django-trawler
+    
+    or ...
+    
+    $ easy_install django-trawler
+
+
+Configuration
+-------------
+
+In your project settings module:
+
+* Add ``trawler`` and ``django.contrib.admin``  to ``INSTALLED_APPS``.
+* Ensure your mail settings are appropriate (the app needs to send mail).
+* Ensure you set the domain for your server (django ``Sites`` framework) so
   admin links point to the right place.
 * Include ``trawler.urls`` in your urlconf.
-* **MAKE ABSOLUTELY SURE** ``DEBUG = False`` before launching a campaign (or your 
+* **MAKE ABSOLUTELY SURE** ``DEBUG = False`` before launching a campaign (or your
   *targets* will see nice django 404 pages).
 
-For more detail: http://django-trawler.readthedocs.org/