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AOTS Monday, September 21

Posted September 21, 2009 - By Eugene Morton
Special guests, hot movie coverage, on-location shoots and everything else that only a show like Attack of the Show can show.
Electronica duo The Crystal Method give Kevin Pereira a hands-on demo of Native Instruments' Maschine, a slick and easy groove studio that helps you produce, perform and record beats in one device.
Blair Butler talks to DC Comics writer Geoff Johns on his work in Infinite Crisis, Green Lantern: Rebirth and more. She also takes note of her top three comic classics back in print, like Cla$$war, Gotham Central and Essex County.
The world is a very strange place. Find out what crazy shenanigans are going on outside our borders, like a Peko-Chan doll robbery in Japan, Taiwan's Hello Kitty hospital and firework rocket rivalries in Greece.
Get your Monday news fixing with Alison Haislip, who feeds us with stories on Jack Kirby's estate suing for copyright control over his iconic characters, the FCC's proposed net neutrality rules, Amazon's new media products and more.
For once, the FCC may be looking out for consumers. Kevin Pereira and CNet.com's Maggie Reardon take a hard look at their new 6 rules about net neutrality that could protect Internet users from major telecommunication companies.
The super wealthy only play with the best, and when it comes to technology and gadgets, their toys include the personal 19XRW Hoverwing, the multimedia Athena sofa and more.
It is written that rain falls on the just and the unjust, so too does Around the Net, with its videos featuring an autotuned Jimmy Fallon, a riverdancing dog and creepy strangers, entertain both the just and the unjust. It's non-judgmental, without prejudice and funny as hell.

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