At Pitchfork, Chris Dahlen's excellent Get That Out Of Your Mouth column tackles this question: "Renowned jazzman Eric Dolphy has a page on MySpace and over 3,231 friends. Of course, he hasn't logged in for over a year-- and he's been dead for over 40. But does that matter?"

A bunch of bands from the I'm Not There soundtrack played the music of Bob Dylan last night in New York.

Status Ain't Hood has a running diary of the CMAs. Yes, Mr. Ringtone Rap is covering the Country Music Awards.

Meanwhile, Idolator liveblogged MTVu's award ceremony, the Woodies.

AV Club interviews AJ Jacobs, the gimmicky author of The Year of Living Biblically.

Weird story: A priest was arrested for stalking Conan O'Brien.

Amy Winehouse's house was raided by police.

If you read too many music blogs, you probably have heard of Vampire Weekend. If not, Paste gives you the quick rundown.

Poor T.I.; he withdrew his request to leave house arrest and attend Thanksgiving with his family.

Nah Right has a clip of Jay-Z's interview with Charlie Rose. Also a track billed as Hi-Tek feat. Ghostface, Raekwon and Dion, which sounds like it would be sick.

Here is video from Radiohead's webcast last night:

Lots of strike links and part 2 of the Radiohead video after the jump...

At Pitchfork, Chris Dahlen's excellent Get That Out Of Your Mouth column tackles this question: "Renowned jazzman Eric Dolphy has a page on MySpace and over 3,231 friends. Of course, he hasn't logged in for over a year-- and he's been dead for over 40. But does that matter?"

A bunch of bands from the I'm Not There soundtrack played the music of Bob Dylan last night in New York.

Status Ain't Hood has a running diary of the CMAs. Yes, Mr. Ringtone Rap is covering the Country Music Awards.

Meanwhile, Idolator liveblogged MTVu's award ceremony, the Woodies.

AV Club interviews AJ Jacobs, the gimmicky author of The Year of Living Biblically.

Weird story: A priest was arrested for stalking Conan O'Brien.

Amy Winehouse's house was raided by police.

If you read too many music blogs, you probably have heard of Vampire Weekend. If not, Paste gives you the quick rundown.

Poor T.I.; he withdrew his request to leave house arrest and attend Thanksgiving with his family.

Nah Right has a clip of Jay-Z's interview with Charlie Rose. Also a track billed as Hi-Tek feat. Ghostface, Raekwon and Dion, which sounds like it would be sick.

Here is video from Radiohead's webcast last night:

Lots of strike links and part 2 of the Radiohead video after the jump...

EW has a strike cover story and a column about why the writers are right.

ABC has decided to air the eight completed episodes of Lost, but Fox is putting 24 on hold. In fact, 24 might not return until next season.

Aside from her continued in-depth coverage, Nikki Finke rounded up some widely viewed and highly humorous videos about the strike.

Variety's coverage brings up an interesting question: Could US producers turn to UK writers as scabs?

TV Guide continues to update its Strike Watch blog, and Ask Matt has answers to readers' strike questions.

The Hollywood Reporter explains what is set to happen today. (Nothing in the way of negotiations, unfortunately.)

E! talked to Greg Daniels about where The Office stands in regard to the strike. Steve Carell told NBC he could not report for work because he was suffering from "enlarged balls."

Here's the other part of that Radiohead video, as promised. It's a cover of Bjork's "Unravel." Stereogum has an mp3 version for download if you please.