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newsweek.com — Are you an aspiring architect? Do you hope to one day change the world with your innovative designs? Godfather of contemporary architecture Frank Gehry has two words for you, modern architect: Piss off.
Oct 24, 2014

RT @Newsweek: Frank Gehry lashes out before accepting award, says '98% of everything that is built & designed today is pure s--t': http://t…

Oct 24, 2014

RT @Newsweek: Frank Gehry lashes out before accepting award, says '98% of everything that is built & designed today is pure s--t': http://t…

Oct 24, 2014

RT @Newsweek: Frank Gehry lashes out before accepting award, says '98% of everything that is built & designed today is pure s--t': http://t…

Oct 24, 2014

RT @Newsweek: Frank Gehry lashes out before accepting award, says '98% of everything that is built & designed today is pure s--t': http://t…

Oct 24, 2014

RT @Newsweek: Frank Gehry lashes out before accepting award, says '98% of everything that is built & designed today is pure s--t': http://t…

Frank Gehry Gives Modern Architecture the Bird, Calls It 'Pure Shit'

newsweek.com — Are you an aspiring architect? Do you hope to one day change the world with your innovative designs? Godfather of contemporary architecture Frank Gehry has two words for you, modern architect: Piss off.

Jane Goodall's Jungles

newsweek.com — I arrive at Bucknell University around 5 p.m. A line already snakes around the Weis Center for the Performing Arts, and for a moment I think Katy Perry must be in town. College students sit on the ground, their heads lowered into textbooks.

newsweek.com — Nina Pham, the 26-year-old Texas nurse who contracted Ebola while caring for a patient in Dallas earlier this month, is "virus free," the National Institutes of Health said today. Pham will be discharged from the state-of-the-art clinic to which she was transferred by the NIH on Oct. 16, the NIH said.
Oct 24, 2014

RT @Newsweek: Dallas nurse Nina Pham is now free of the Ebola virus and will reunite with her dog Bentley — bit.ly/1vZlXjb pic.twitter.com/EUSH5yYBwd

Oct 24, 2014

RT @Newsweek: Dallas nurse Nina Pham is now free of the Ebola virus and will reunite with her dog Bentley — bit.ly/1vZlXjb pic.twitter.com/EUSH5yYBwd

newsweek.com — At the end of May, roughly six thousand young people gathered outside Scape, a Singapore performance venue, to watch a series of YouTube celebrities walk the red carpet at YouTube FanFest, a celebration of the video platform's biggest stars.
Oct 24, 2014

For me its Instagram likes RT @Newsweek: 55% of Brits age16-25: having 2M subscribers on YouTube is indicator of fame bit.ly/1w059Zx

newsweek.com — Wikimedia Commons/public domain Two Brooklyn bowling alleys have unexpectedly found themselves at the center of Ebola panic after news surfaced that New York Ebola patient Craig Spencer went bowling in Williamsburg Wednesday evening-and rode three different subway lines en route.
Oct 24, 2014

RT @Newsweek: Dear Brooklyn, No, you won't get Ebola from touching a bowling ball. Love, Newsweek bit.ly/1vZELij

Darth Vader Runs For Prime Minister of Ukraine, Vowing to 'Take Back' Crimea from Putin

newsweek.com — As Ukraine continues to struggle with Russian influence in its political affairs, Darth Vader, leader of the Galactic Empire has thrown his hat in the ring of the country's complex powerplay. Ukraine's so-called Internet Party has put forward the Star Wars villain as its prime ministerial candidate in Sunday's nationwide parliamentary elections alongside 16 other registered candidates including Chewbacca, Princess Amidala and Yoda.
Oct 24, 2014

But like, who *would* win in a hypothetical Darth Vader/Putin match-up? bit.ly/1t91fg8

South Florida City Council Votes to Secede From Florida, Citing Rising Seas

newsweek.com — Even Florida is sick of Florida! The city of South Miami has passed a resolution calling for Florida to split into two states, according to local news reports. The City Commission voted 3-2 to approve a measure, put forward by Mayor Walter Harris, to make the state's 24 most southern counties a separate state called South Florida.

The Afterbirth Miracle

newsweek.com — It's late June, but it's chilly in Asella, Ethiopia-the city is higher in altitude than Denver-and the patients in the hospital are wrapped in blankets. Dr. Mulu Muleta puts on a white doctor's jacket and starts making her rounds. She checks in with each woman, holding the patient's hands, or touching her shoulders, as they speak.
Oct 24, 2014

The Afterbirth Miracle. Dr. Mulu Muleta is one of the world's top fistula surgeons - newsweek.com/2014/10/24/aft… via @Newsweek

Assange: Google Is Not What It Seems

newsweek.com — In June 2011, Julian Assange received an unusual visitor: the chairman of Google, Eric Schmidt, arrived from America at Ellingham Hall, the country house in Norfolk, England where Assange was living under house arrest. For several hours the besieged leader of the world's most famous insurgent publishing organization and the billionaire head of the world's largest information empire locked horns.
Oct 24, 2014

RT @Newsweek: In this extract from 'When Google Met WikiLeaks', Julian Assange describes a meeting with Google's Eric Schmidt — bit.ly/1uL5n2q

Oct 24, 2014

Kitchen debate: When Julian Assange of Wikileaks met Eric Schmidt of Google. Someone should write a play newsweek.com/assange-google…

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