Lunch Break Links: Lambert, von Trier, Casablancas

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Columbus Alive

How 'bout that Adam Lambert album art, huh? He responded to criticism on Twitter.

AV Club talks to controversial director Lars von Trier about his new Antichrist.

Pop Candy talked to Lost producer Damon Lindelof. Also, there's a rumor going around that the show will take a two-week break to avoid competing with Olympics coverage, but ABC won't confirm.

Charlie Brown should not rap.

A new Madvillain album is in the works.

Slate bids farewell to GeoCities, the free website-hosting service that helped pave the way for the hyper-personalized web we know today. "Brimming with blinking, moving, garishly colored text and animated dancing cats, GeoCities made MySpace look like a bastion of elegance and restraint."

Slayer's Tom Araya explains how to survive in the music business.

Idris Elba (aka Stringer Bell aka Charles Miner) is developing a new show for NBC.

Is Braff-rock killing music?

Let's cap off today with Julian Casablancas performing "11th Dimension" (which I forgot to include on the last Quarterly Report, d'oh) on Conan.