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1. What is TIME.com?
TIME.com is the daily online component of TIME magazine. TIME.com is updated several times a day with analysis of the day's news, plus photo essays, polls, message boards and chats, and features like Innovators of the 21st Century, Arts & Culture Sampler and Campaign 2000.

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