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Today's News - Monday, July 16, 2007

ArcSpace updates its life in Second Life, and, of course, an eyeful in Akron. -- Who didn't go to Akron: Kamin and Ouroussoff have high praise for art museum's exterior and the architects as the "Rolling Stones of architecture," but both are disappointed with parts of the interior ("a failure of nerve"). -- Opinions of other architects are (mostly) positive. -- The museum "reflects the vision of the architect" and "the spirit of the city." -- After Akron, head to Michigan State University for more museum talk. -- Or hop over to Hamburg and its own Ellis Island-like museum. -- London's mayor gets serious about protecting urban views. -- How to build 3 million new homes: "avoid the hideous mistakes of the past and replace dogma with design" (and bring on the young turks). -- Or don't: for some, traditional is better. -- Boddy brings back lessons in density from Japan. -- The true wonders of the world: our cities. -- Green is paying off for businesses in Tennessee. -- NYC may have great transit, but its buildings lag in efficiencies. -- Hume ponders the optimism he found at the Congress of the World Green Building Council. -- Australian head-turners and prize winners - not without debate. -- A call to let Thom's Tarrant County College campus stand. -- Eye-catchers in Greenwich Village and Edinburgh also catch some heat.

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