Another evolutionary step for albums as Lady Gaga plans app release XM Gravity’s Happiness App March 27, 2013 | 4:45 pm As we noted in our 10 Trends for 2013, more people are coming to recognize the link between health and happiness and taking proactive steps to improve both at once. Indonesia-based digital agency XM Gravity, a JWT company, recently created a mobile app designed to keep employees feeling happy, connected and cared for. The app’s “Mood” function asks users to choose one of nine emotions (excited, mad, relaxed, etc.); executives or HR personnel will seek out people who consistently specify negative moods in an effort to fix the situation. A “News” section features fun announcements (free ice cream, movie screenings, company trips). “The Happiness App serves as a sort of heart check up on everyone in the company,” explained CEO Kevin Mintaraga.
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Lady Gaga, The Web Social Monster - Web 1,2,3 - ElectronLibre Lady Gaga a investi avec Eric Schmidt, ancien CEO de Google, dans une start-up spécialisée dans les réseaux sociaux. La Gaga veut inventer le futur de l’artiste, en même temps que celui du réseau. Déjantée, populaire et excentrique, l’icône de cette décennie, Lady Gaga, est partout. Depuis la sortie de « The Fame » en 2008, la chanteuse est devenue une des célébrités les plus présentes dans les médias traditionnels, mais aussi et surtout, elle a été couronnée reine du Web social. Derrière les kilos de faux cils et les tenues outrancières se cache une âme de businesswoman qui se confirme avec l’investissement récent dans une start-up mêlant réseau social et entertainment, The Backplane .
La star des réseaux sociaux (plus de 10 millions d'abonnés à son compte Twitter, 37 millions de fans sur Facebook) s'apprête à transformer en business cette particularité. Lady Gaga va créer un réseau social
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culturevisuelle Lecture d’un billet érudit consacré au dernier album de Lady Gaga , par le critique musical Jody Rosen.
Lady Gaga, la Boss L'Enlèvement n'a pas eu lieu comme prévu le 21 mai, mais le nouvel album de Lady Gaga est arrivé, traînant avec lui suffisamment de bruit et de fureur pour plaire à l'eschatologiste le plus pointilleux .
After Lady Gaga's Amazon Success, Should All Albums Cost 99 Cents? Last week, Lady Gaga's new album Born This Way sold a monstrous (by today's standards, anyway) 1.15 million copies. That platinum status came partially thanks to Amazon , which offered her album for a dirt-cheap 99 cents, and, after its servers crashed from demand , sold roughly 440,000 digital copies. Undoubtedly, what consumers love more than a Lady Gaga album is a Lady Gaga album that only costs 99 cents. Does this give credence to a theory that says albums, like singles, should only cost a buck? According to Rob Dickens, who headed up Warner Music in the U.K. for more than a decade, album prices ought to be "radically" cut--to around £1 ($1.50). Dickens introduced the controversial theory in October at The City music conference , where he urged record labels to combat piracy and boost sales by making albums as much of an impulse buy as a single is today.
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As soon as Lady Gaga's epic "Telephone" video premiered, her ultra-obsessive fans (not to mention even the most casual of pop-culture observers) began picking it apart, frame by frame. It was a pretty big job. Because while it's a feast for the eyes, "Telephone" is also a sort of "all-you-can-eat" buffet for those who dine almost exclusively on popular culture, full of nods to cult films and comics, eclectic icons, underground bands and internationally famous pop legends, and even the occasional commercial (there are an awful lot of not-too-discreet product placements sprinkled throughout). Sorting through it all is a head-spinning experience, which is why we've done all the dirty work for you. Here — after hours spent analyzing each second of the clip until our eyeballs frizzled in our skulls — is our pop-culture cheat sheet for Lady Gaga's "Telephone" video, alphabetized and cross-referenced for your convenience. Lady Gaga's 'Telephone' Video: A Pop-Culture Cheat Sheet
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Has Not Banned Lady Gaga's 'Telephone' Video In the wake of reports that surfaced over the weekend claiming that MTV had banned Lady Gaga's nearly 10-minute-long video for "Telephone," a spokesperson for the channel clarified the situation on Monday (March 15). "MTV did not ban Lady Gaga and Beyoncé's 'Telephone' video — in fact, we premiered it on Friday, March 12, on-air and , two days before this story was falsely reported," said MTV Executive Vice President of Music and Talent Amy Doyle. "Fans can continue to catch the video as we repeat it on-air and online."
Haus of Gaga - Gagapedia The Haus of Gaga is the name used by Lady Gaga to describe her behind-the-scenes creative team.
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Lady Gaga and Social Media | The Social Robot As her new video Telephone ’s success suggests- over 7 million views in 3 days.
Lady Gaga partners FarmVille for album promo Lady Gaga: partnering with social gaming site FarmVille to promote new album Those using the game will be able to listen to the album and unreleased tracks or versions.