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AOTS Monday, October 5

Posted October 5, 2009 - By Moye Ishimoto
Blair Herter has the daily news feeding with stories on FTC requiring bloggers to disclose payments for product reviews, Adobe Flash on every phone except the iPhone, Activision's trademark for a ‘Call of Duty' movie and more.
Coheed & Cambria front man Claudio Sanchez sits down with Kevin Pereira to talk about his new comic book, 'Kill Audio' and gives an impromptu guitar lesson. It's a total nerd rock out time!
It's another viewer requested Gadget Pr0n and this time, Kevin Pereira and Alison Haislip cover the Canon SD980 digital camera with 12.1 megapixel image sensor, ultra wide lens, 720 video mode and more for $330.
It's official. The only thing that can cure you of the Monday blues is a healthy dose of the Obamas on Sesame Street, Taiwanese Transformers, Lady Gaga and hilarious parrots. Fortunately, we've got exactly that available in Around the Net.
Horror film expert Joe Lynch reports from Frightfest in London on his picks of the best scary movies from the past and the present, like 'American Werewolf in London,' 'Timecrimes' and 'The Hills Run Red.'
The FTC's new rules for bloggers requires them to disclose any pay and freebies they receive in for good reviews. Kevin Pereira talks to Dan Frommer, Senior Editor for Silicon Valley Insider, on how this could change the free blogosphere as we know it.
Kevin Pereira channels his favorite pop star, Lady Gaga, with a special gyroscope costume of his own.
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Kevin Pereira wishes Susan Sarandon a very happy birthday.
They may eat our brains, but the undead have feelings, too. Make sure you act with care the next time the zombie invasion rolls around.

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