The DisplayStories method.
void DisplayStories(string xmlContent)
XDocument xmlStories = XDocument.Parse(xmlContent);
var stories = from story in xmlStories.Descendants("story")
where story.Element("thumbnail") != null &&
select new DiggStory
Id = (string)story.Attribute("id"),
Title = ((string)story.Element("title")).Trim(),
Description = ((string)story.Element("description")).Trim(),
HrefLink = new Uri((string)story.Attribute("link")),
NumDiggs = (int)story.Attribute("diggs"),
UserName = (string)story.Element("user").Attribute("name").Value,
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