If you have a phone or like connecting with other people, watch this.

February 26, 2013
mike

24 Comments

  1. thegrandkaidbz on March 17, 2013 at 3:10 pm

    LP VS LB

  2. danibarquilia on March 14, 2013 at 4:21 am

    Mike, very cool entry. I am journalist of social media and I live in comunication. Very cool.

  3. cleopatrashinoda on March 12, 2013 at 10:07 pm

    I am worried about the next attack on my son, and I want to get him home. I am stuck in Marion, VA, waiting for my next move, which could quite possibly be NYC, Long Island, because I want to meet our daughter, whom I met one time, and the other side is telling me that I will meet her if I go into the NYC University Hospital. That is where I saw here the first time. She’s sparkletastic, Mike. I told here I was a weird Greek lady and not to pay attention to me. That is how funny it was. She’s a cool dude. So, of course I freak out and go crazy trying to get to NY and ended almost ended up with attempted murder charges. ;) Love, Anti-Kamakazi Tabi (they love JuliA) I love Pietyr<3Petra

  4. cleopatrashinoda on March 12, 2013 at 10:02 pm

    HEY, LINKIN PARK FANS!!! THE DUDE THAT STALKS MIKE AND MY SON- HIS NAME IS JASON ALLEN STOUT!!! HE HAS A BALDING BLOND HEAD, STANDS ABOUT 6’4, BUT WILL TOPPLE THE FREAK OVER IF ST. MARK FINDS HIM. Do not bow in to rape. This man rapes little kids ALL DAY LONG. He is the ugliest peanut butter faced white dude I have ever seen, and I am scared he won’t forget me. At least Mike’s assailants wanted to party and behave. This guy keeps cashing in on one crackhead scheme after another, looking for the next child to rape. Mike and TAbi are not child molesters!!! I never understood why these people are so mean to me, but it’s because they are all doing negative things under cover. I am one sided.

  5. cleopatrashinoda on March 12, 2013 at 9:57 pm

    Hello, Mike. :) Just got out of jail; I’m glad my charges weren’t attempted murder. They actually released me on personal recognince/ unsecured bond. I shaved my head about 2 weeks ago; while I was in the mental hospital for the thing with my stepdad. I put myself in. So I went crazy when there was no retribution. I’m taking the knife back to the store, I can’t figure out how to close it. So, it wasn’t meant to be, apparently. But all the parts were there, I just had to be… “one of them”… and well… I never am. I can trust that I am who I say I am. And she deserved it. So, fake marriage Prince- when can I have you back? Love, Anti-Kamakazi Tabi

  6. Radyo Plexus on March 9, 2013 at 1:42 pm

    Reblogged this on xandro+.

  7. desi3192 on March 8, 2013 at 11:08 am

    and i loved the way you guys have changed your sound…you guys are rocking…no matter what you create, it always sounds awesome…sorry for commenting again, wish there wasnt a word limit.700 words arent enough for me to express my addiction for LINKIN PARK…:) by the way, looking forward for the new album…god bless you :)

  8. desi3192 on March 8, 2013 at 11:04 am

    hey mike,i’m another fan of yours from india.i’m unfortunate as i’m not able to attend any of your concert, because i live in india.neither have sufficient money to join the LPU.i heard your song IN THE END, first time when i was in 8th grade.since then, you guys became my HEROES.i was inspired by ROB a lot, in the beginning.and i decided to even become a drummer..but your creativity made me shift from drums to piano.and i thank you guys a lot from the bottom of my heart, as i learnt every single definition of music from you guys…i didnt know a single thing about music.i dont know whether this comment will reach you, but i hope one day i could c u guys live:)

  9. desi3192 on March 8, 2013 at 10:48 am

    hey mike…just filled out the survey…i’m another fan of yours from india…

  10. maidin810 on March 7, 2013 at 9:50 am


    please watching by my brother
    Cover linkinpark – in the end (yahiko pain the akatsuki)

  11. vanessinhamoore on March 4, 2013 at 1:22 pm

    Hello, Mike!
    I’d like to let you know about an event we’re producing in Rio this April. It’s called CG Extreme and regards the possibilities of growth of the market and presents Full Sail University (american institution, one of the world leaders in superior education on entertainment carreers) to Brazil.
    On your last concert in Rio – which I attended and went crazy for this was my first LP concert ever – I tried to get to you guys and present the project, but couldn’t do it. At that time I intended to invite you to expose your artwork on our event, because I admire and cherish your work. If you want to, the invitation is still open =)
    I’d like to invite you, anyways, to the event.

  12. tayamichel on March 3, 2013 at 10:36 pm

    I’d just like to say that I saw LP in Sydney, Australia the day you posted this (Tuesday) and it was awesome!!!!! First concert I’ve ever been to and it’s my favourite band!! you guys rocked and thanks for playing all of my favourite songs!!!!!!! Just saying- it was amazing and the band was great!!

  13. highlandpark1999 on March 2, 2013 at 1:19 am

    In the year 2025, kids will ask, What’s an iPhone & smartphone. They will be obsolete. Thanks to Google Glass!
    Yeah, all this technology to communicate. But still grasping why many fail to say, Good morning, good afternoon, please, thank you, your welcome.

  14. Braffschein on February 27, 2013 at 9:39 am

    I wanted to say the video made me think, but it’s better to say it made me realize things I’ve been thinking of for a long time. I can’t (and I don’t want to) imagine nowadays’ world without technology and the Internet. To me, the message of the video was “technology is something more important than just interpersonal communication online”. But isn’t it in the end the most important thing? The main thing we can’t live without as persons is society. The bigger, the better. It’s much more awesome to feel like someone in the whole world community than just someone in your location. Globalization is the coolest thing of 21st century. Is there even an “outside/inside” thing anymore?

  15. mahshidshinoda on February 27, 2013 at 8:25 am

    I can’t never attend to your concerts, but with my smart phone, I can watch your concerts whenever and wherever that I like . maybe you laugh at me but all my reasons for buying an smart phone was just this :D

  16. Alexandra Nofi on February 26, 2013 at 2:39 pm

    In my anthropology class we have been discussing how people connect using technology. We even watched a documentary called “Disconnected”, about three students who turned off their computers and used typewriters for homework for around three weeks.

    On one hand, I do feel like computers and other devices can be addictive, but on the other hand, having the internet allows me to talk to my friends who live in a different state or country. I could not do that when I was a child and I was trapped within a bubble. Now we have popped the bubble, and the world seems to like it.

  17. gatsie on February 26, 2013 at 11:30 am

    Throw away your mobile phones and start using smoke signals instead! Let me light up a bush right now.

  18. gallylp on February 26, 2013 at 10:42 am

    Exiting… but a bit scaring too.

  19. ricardobennington on February 26, 2013 at 8:40 am

    Now, (almost) everything depends on technology. I’m really surprised of how technology make progress too fast since last years, and I’m excited when some companies release new devices. When I was 7-8, I had a mobile phone, which is used only to call people, obviously, but nowadays, mobile phones (or smartphones) are used not only for phoning, it’s used for getting/keeping in touch with everybody via social networks/free messaging applications, playing games, listening to music (although music players exist like iPods or simple MP3/MP4/MP5s), taking photos, etc… even your fans try to get in touch with you, Mike xD Technology is everything. My life would be nothing without technology.

  20. tamsynhickey on February 26, 2013 at 8:38 am

    great video, does make me sad that we disconnect from outside a lot more. Human beings are amazing, especially when it comes to helping save lives. We create so much however we forget the little things like just sitting outside and appreciating what’s there and how important it is to take a time out for ourselves.

  21. caroleeone on February 26, 2013 at 7:36 am

    Thank you for sharing this, Mike. Things like this about the digital world and design (my two favorite things) get me really excited and inspired. It’s just interesting to see how the interactive world is changing day by day. I mean it’s even because of things like this that I get to write comments like this to you, one of my biggest idols. Haha I don’t know, it’s just really exciting. :D

  22. linkinparkette on February 26, 2013 at 4:31 am

    The only things I mostly used on my phone is either to play a game or listening to music. I am one of the fewer kids in class who does not mess around on the phone in a class full of kids messing with their phone even the teacher. They are taking stuff we had before phones and putting it into a phone, an ipad, a Google, or whatever. maps, books, newspaper, this might be good for trees and stuff but then it make people want to buy the electric style of the stuff and not the hard back copy. This is kind of making us (people)… lazy. Like them talking about the lights and everything, voice reacts and stuff… but this stuff is cool.

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