Polishing CNet Headlines

I really love NetNewsWire's ability to track modifications done to RSS feeds. CNet is constantly rewriting its headlines, mostly to restyle them. But sometimes the modifications are quite substantial, like this one today on The truth about offshoring:

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I wonder what's the internal polishing process at CNet...

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Exactly the same thoughts here on exactly the same site. Never realized anybody else would think that. Sometimes the changes are very funny.

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