When you have become so famous that there is no more famous to become, what do you do next? Found a social network devoted entirely to yourself, naturally. That's the word from Lady Gaga, the world's most unsettling pop diva, who is preparing to launch littlemonsters.com, an online home for her millions of fans, in collaboration with Backplane, a social media start-up that counts Gaga as one of its investors with a 20% stake. The network is still being set up, but visitors to the Web address can register for an invitation by submitting their email addresses. ...
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