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AOTS - October 15th, 2012

Premiered on October 15, 2012

Movies and TV
Ed Burns Talks Alex Cross & Indie Filmmaking

Edward Burns sits down with Michael Kosta for the latest on his new thriller, Alex Cross, with Tyler Perry and Matthew Fox, based on the book by James Patterson.

Gadget Pr0n
Samsung Series 9 13" Notebook

Samsung's new 13 inch Series 9 notebook promises both portability and power with an LED display, Intel Core i5 processor, 4 GB or RAM and measures only a half an inch thick. Michael Kosta and Matt Mira take a closer look at the $1,300 notebook for Gadget Pr0n.

Metallica Vans & Other New Sneakers

A fan of Metallica and shoes? Check out Metallica's collaboration with Vans for the 30th anniversary of their Kill Em All album! We also take a look at Adida's partnership with Snoop Lion, Reebok's new NHL running shoes and new designs from Doc Martens.

Around The Net 2012
Around the Net
Around The Net 10.15.12

Weather Man's Warm Front, Father & Son Play Soccer, How Edy's Ice Cream Gets Slow Churned

Michael Kosta On The Presidential Debates, Boob Liquor, & Space Jump

Michael Kosta brings up very important topics of the day, like how the next Presidential Debate won't include questions submitted through social media, how flavored vodka has gone way too far and Felix Baumgartner's successful space jump!

The Feed
The Daily Feed with Sara Underwood 10.15.12

Sara Underwood brings the Monday news feeding with stories about Microsoft's new Xbox streaming music service, the latest iPad Mini rumors, and Amazon's eBook price-fixing refund policy.

Fresh Ink
Bill Paxton's Seven Holes For Air At New York Comic Con

Bill Paxton stopped by New York Comic Con this past weekend to promote his new comic book, Seven Holes For Air. Blair Butler talks to the actor/director on how the project came together.

The Loop
Learn About The Controversial Six-Strikes Anti-Piracy Program

Some Internet service providers will be cracking down on piracy with a controversial six-strikes program that include throttling bandwith for offenders, an online educational tutorial and more. Michael Kosta talks to Greg Sandoval, Senior Writer for CNET, about the plan details and how it could affect you.