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AOTS Wednesday, July 07

Posted July 7, 2010 - By Eugene Morton
The FBI's discovery of a Russian spy ring in the United States rocked headlines, but what sort of technology did they use? Kevin Pereira talks to Wired's Noah Schachtman to break down the communication tech that these spies were using, from stenography, ad-hoc wi-fi networks and more.
On set or on location, Attack Of The Show brings you the deets on your favorite things to watch when you're not watching us.
Rob Corddry's new spoof takes hospital dramas to the extreme with 'Childrens Hospital' on Adult Swim. Alison Haislip visits the cast on the set, from Malin Akerman, Ken Marino, Rob Corddry and more. Clown doctors FTW!
Motorheads, rejoice! Check out the best of the best in the world of cars, from high tech racing models to futuristic concept cars.
Blair Herter heads out to the Ford Motor Company headquarters in Dearborn, MI to test drive the brand new Ford Mustang on their official test track that simulates over 20 different types of road surfaces. But can the new Mustang handle Blair?
News and views on the latest in the world of video games, as presented by the experts that rate them for a living.
Crackdown 2, the sequel to the 2007 game, was released yesterday, meaning the Supercop Agent and Orbs are back! Morgan Webb talks to Kevin Pereira about her thoughts on Crackdown 2 with its new features, the open sandbox world and more.
Alison Haislip covers today's top headlines, from Twitter's search engine power, Sony's new gaming machine, the first attempt at a 24 hour flight and more.
Listening to your digital music can be more fun than plugging in a pair of headphones. Morgan Webb checks out a towel with a built in speakers, a waterproof Eco Extreme Mp3 case and the Fingerist guitar add-on.
Week after week, these videos just keep coming. When will humanity ever learn? Kevin Pereira and Morgan Webb take a look at this week's Break Moments, including a nice face explosion and a bunny hop gone wrong.
The greatest art makes you question the world around you, which is our basis for claiming that ATN is the best artistic expression ever. If you don't finish today's installment wondering why someone would blow up their pool, why drunk college students still haven't mastered concepts like gravity and why a major company would want you to spend more time with your Johnson, then you just don't understand art.

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