Not surprisingly, it's Heath Ledger memorial day on the Internet.

EW looks back on his life, offers a critic's tribute and looks back at his key roles.

Ledger's family says his death was accidental.

TV Guide rounds up Ledger's life in pictures, relays the AP's report that he was in good spirits while shooting his final film and offers another critic's remembrance.

Ain't It Cool News reports that Ledger's work on The Dark Knight was finished, so expect to see his much-hyped performance as The Joker in full.

At Movies.com, friends hint at Ledger's woes.

MTV reports the actor was obsessed with musician Nick Drake, who met a similar fate at age 26.

And After Elton recounts one gay fan's powerful reaction to Ledger's death.

In other news, AV Club's "My Year of Flops" is finally finished; today Nathan Rabin looks back on a year spent watching films that crashed and burned at the box office.

Part of TV Guide's Lost cover story is online.

The Village Voice Pazz & Jop Poll results are online. That should about do it for year-end music lists.

More after the jump...

Not surprisingly, it's Heath Ledger memorial day on the Internet.

EW looks back on his life, offers a critic's tribute and looks back at his key roles.

Ledger's family says his death was accidental.

TV Guide rounds up Ledger's life in pictures, relays the AP's report that he was in good spirits while shooting his final film and offers another critic's remembrance.

Ain't It Cool News reports that Ledger's work on The Dark Knight was finished, so expect to see his much-hyped performance as The Joker in full.

At Movies.com, friends hint at Ledger's woes.

MTV reports the actor was obsessed with musician Nick Drake, who met a similar fate at age 26.

And After Elton recounts one gay fan's powerful reaction to Ledger's death.

In other news, AV Club's "My Year of Flops" is finally finished; today Nathan Rabin looks back on a year spent watching films that crashed and burned at the box office.

Part of TV Guide's Lost cover story is online.

The Village Voice Pazz & Jop Poll results are online. That should about do it for year-end music lists.

More after the jump...

Lil Wayne! Quit getting arrested!

Scott Weiland is no longer M.I.A.

Spine has a new MP3 from Re-Up Gang (aka Clipse and posse).

Leonard Cohen will embark on his first major tour in 15 years.

Ever wonder who Amazon's "top reviewers" are?

Nikki Finke and the writers of The Office have reports on the writers' strike.

Paper Thin Walls has a story from Michael Ian Black.

Hey, nice face tattoo update, The Game!

Silly kids!

Chinese Democracy: No longer just a rumor?

Lastly, can the new Feist video live up to "1 2 3 4"? You be the judge: