El Reg glitch?

I don't know if this is a technical glitch or a an editorial issue, but The Register ran a story on Egg slashing 70 jobs this morning, which, I think, never made it on the front page. I saw it through their RSS feed. The plot thickens now that this same article has been removed from the feed. I was able to retrieve it through the search engine (you know, this nasty feature that editors always forget and do wonders to unearth hidden content.)

No big deal, but it is always funny to see Vulture Central, so critic about weblogs, burning its feathers while playing with common blogosphere technologies.

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