Posted by Trustpigs August 30, 2012

Hard-edged band Linkin Park have created an online video for their song "Lost In The Echo," a video that requires you to login to your Facebook page. While not as innovative as Arcade Fire's "The Wilderness Downtown" (which required the usage of the Chrome browser), Linkin Park's video is quite fun nonetheless. Essentially, it inserts pictures from your Facebook feed into the video itself; and the usage is seamlessly accomplished. For those seeing what is possible in this day and age of music meets internet, we encourage you to watch this video.

Please note: Not only do you have to have a Facebook page to play the video, you do have to grant the site permissions on your page. As best as we can tell, the page does not post or alter anything regarding your Facebook account but does require the permission to grab your photos.


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