The Internet moves fast. Here’s a fond look back at our favorite links from the last seven days:

“Lost” Glen Phillips record finally comes home [Addicted to Vinyl]

AM, Then FM starts another round of great Christmas music [AM, Then FM]

Willie Pickens: A Jazz Christmas [Cahl’s Juke Joint]

The Twilight Singers: Live in Amsterdam, 12/8/06 [captainsdead]

New Release Report: 12/7/10 [Popblerd]

Top 15 ’80s Sex Comedies [Culture Brats]

Is this what Google +1 is going to look like? [Gizmodo]

Tron: Legacy music video for Daft Punk’s “De-Rezzed” [Retroist]

Andrew W.K. covers “Silent Night” [AV Club]

In praise of Frank Turner’s Rock & Roll [Broken Headphones]

10 board games yet to be exploited by Hollywood [Topless Robot]

The best books of 2010 [Slate]

Spotify’s U.S. launch unsurprisingly delayed again [Gizmodo]

Oneness of Juju: African Rhythms 1&2 [Funky16Corners]

Gobo Fraggle ends child abuse; a grateful nation rejoices [Jeff Stupid Vrabel]

A Miles Davis primer [AV Club]

Aretha [Wings for Wheels]

Back Tracks: John Lennon [The Second Disc]

Holiday Gift Guide 2010: Dangerous Giving [MAKE Magazine]

James Moody: 1925-2010 [Something Else!]

Fuck You, Charlie Brown [Deadspin]

An interview with author/filmmaker Steven Blush [Metal Sucks]

HBO to de-bundle and/or go online? [TIME]

Grok the Halls: Matt’s X-Mas Files Holiday Tunes Mix [Alertnerd]

Rudolph (You Don’t Have to Put on the Red Light) [The High Definite]

An unreasonably large collection of Super Mario Bros. theme song covers [The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit]

Library of Congress posts 700 Civil War photos to Flickr [The Atlantic]

Google launches its e-books store [Los Angeles Times]

Why you should be watching Jimmy Kimmel [Salon]

Chuck Lorre and the rules of the network sitcom [New Yorker]