It seems kind of superfluous to report on the parade of celebrity deaths at this point, so I'll just wonder aloud: How strange is it to see so many stars dying in such close proximity? As for the biggest of them all, Idolator rounded up some of the better critical rememberances of the late Michael Jackson. (The best comes from Robert Hilburn of the LA Times, who was up close for many of Jackson's most iconic moments.)

Janet Jackson eulogized Michael at the BET Awards.

CNN remembers Jackson as MTV's version of Jackie Robinson.

The Daily Swarm compiled the best of Jackson's solo work from the oft-ignored period between the Jackson 5 and Off the Wall.

Also: Would moonwalking be easier on the moon? And where did the moonwalk come from?

AV Club peruses the iPod of air guitar champion Hot Lixx Hulahan.

Maybe teens aren't abandoning TV after all.

Mr. Eko wants back on Lost.

Paste lists seven great websites for out-of-context concerts.

Lastly, Pitchfork has a great interview with Grizzly Bear's Ed Droste. Here's video of the band performing "Cheerleader" on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.