What would people without power?



Well with that that and decided to help promote clean energy today I got to thinking that today relies heavily on electricity and I began to think and reflect.
We can enjoy a cold or warm by heaters that use electricity to keep food in good condition need a refrigerator, up to charge a phone and electricity need to be connected. Now as you would do to live without energy?
Well do not know what, but something we must take into account the electrical energy is not forever, will not be long runs so we should use clean and renewable energy in order to live like I know why I invite you to firm commitment to Linkin Park at the following link: http://www.powertheworld.org/splash-video.html
And I hope we will support us then.
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Mike Shinoda's Blog

A few months ago, I was approached by the editor of a magazine in the UK called “The Big Issue.”  It is a news magazine that prides itself on being “a hand up, not a hand out.”  They combat the problem of homelessness by offering eligible people the opportunity to earn a legitimate income by making money selling copies of the magazine.

I’ve since written two pieces for Big Issue.  A new issue is out right now, with my first piece as their American Election Correspondent. You’ll have to get a copy of that one to read it; below is my first piece, from September.



Mike Shinoda

In my band, Linkin Park, I help oversee songwriting, production, art direction, and social media.  They are things I grew up doing.  I’ve been drawing and making music since I was a…

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The music + green energy= Better life for all



Today Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park published an article about what life is like in other countries without energy and how it would feel the living in one of these places and the importance it represents for the band and so clean enegias invites us to sign the following pledge (link at end)
and further promote this.