From Silverlight to Metro: Listing 2.

XML returned from the Digg API.

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<story comments="105" diggs="1966" href="
Greener_Apple_4" id="20070502092138:1905750" link="
com/hotnews/agreenerapple/" media="0" promote_date="None" status="upcoming" submit_date="1178122898">


Steve Jobs' official stance on Apple's recycling efforts. Interesting read.

<title>A Greener Apple</title>

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<user fullname="John Ellenich" icon="
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