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ypulse offers Inauguration Coverage: How Tweens, Teens & Twentysomethings Will Watch

Obama's inaugural speech to be most watched in history It will probably be the most widely watched address ever delivered on the planet, one that will draw millions of Americans and billions around the globe together - to savor the moment and the message of one man at one memorable turning point in American history.

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Free food alert: Inaugural donuts! What to drink? Howzabout Orange (You Glad for Change) Cola.

Electric sidemen: a look at Microsoft Songsmith Ars takes Microsoft's new song generating software out for a test drive. We also talk with the people behind it about how it works, and what's in store for future versions.

Post Neko Case's new single on your blog, and she'll make a donation to the Best Friends Animal Society!

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