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read an xml file with visual basic .net

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I have never worked with XML before with .net.  I set a small xml file to a variable called strIPInfo that looks like.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

                                    <response>

                                          <query_status>

                                                <query_status_code>OK</query_status_code>

                                                <query_status_description>Query successfully performed.</query_status_description>

                                          </query_status>

                                          <server_data>
<status>ok</status>
<ip>122.222.222.193</ip>
<country>US</country>
<region>Missouri</region>
<city>Saint Louis</city>
<postalcode>63333</postalcode>
<isp>My ISP</isp>
<time>-06:00</time>
<latitude>31.627269744873</latitude>
<longitude>-93.197891235352</longitude>
</server_data>

                                    </response>

How can I read that variable and get info like "isp", "ip", "city" ect?  Can i do this all with out haveing to write the xml to a file?
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