Lunch Break Links: Emmy winners, Thom Yorke videos

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Columbus Alive

Hooray for Michael Emerson, aka Lost's Benjamin Linus, finally winning that Emmy he's been deserving for all these years! EW has the full list of winners, including (not surprisingly) Mad Men and 30 Rock.

The Flaming Lips, whose Columbus concert I'll review later today, are assembling a group of naked mountain bikers for an upcoming music video.

Say hello to Lego Iggy Pop!

Slate thinks Craigslist needs to be more like eBay, while Facebook needs to be more like Gmail.

Stereogum is premiering a new Built to Spill track called "Things Fall Apart."

The New York Times examines today's musical hype cycle with Vivian Girls as its test subjects.

Zooey Deschanel and Ben Gibbard: officially married.

Leonard Cohen collapsed on stage Friday in Spain, but he is expected to perform again tonight. Hopefully he is OK, and hopefully he can play his Columbus concert Oct. 27 at the Palace Theatre.

This American Life is finished as a TV show.

R.I.P. DJ Roc Raida of X-ecutioners and X-Men, who died in a martial arts accident Saturday.

Lastly, check out Thom Yorke's new video for "The Hollow Earth." (Another new Yorke clip for his excellent cover of Mark Mulcahy's "All For the Best" is viewable at Rolling Stone, and Stereogum is streaming another new track, "Feeling Pulled Apart By Horses.")