Lady Gaga isn't just a pop icon; she's a techno tidal wave that has made a profound impact on gadgetry, social media and fashion (delicious vegan dress, anyone?).
Using sophisticated apparatuses during her performances--and soon bringing neat gadgets to consumers through her creative director position at Polaroid--Lady Gaga has broken digital music sales records, become the first artist to reach 1 billion YouTube hits (only recently displaced by some little girl named Justin Bieber), and was one of the most Google searched names in 2010.
This week, Lady Gaga gave fans a glimpse into her life as a pop star in an exclusive live interview from the Google campus in California done through Google Moderator. In response to questions from the Internet, she said that her staff plays practical jokes on her with food, that kids who bullied her in the past now contact her for tickets, and that all her tattoos are on the left side of her body. (Google Moderator is a tool that anyone can use to create a meaningful conversation from many different people's questions, ideas, and suggestions.)
Here's a glimpse at just a few of the spacecraft landings Lady Gaga has made on the world of technology.
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