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Throughout March, Tell Me More is engaging with women innovators across the globe as they live-tweet a day in their lives on Twitter. Email your thoughts to tellmemore@npr.org or use hashtag #NPRWIT.


And just a brief final word today, make sure to keep tuning in throughout March as we continue our deep look at the gender gap in tech. Our Twitter chats have reached millions of people already, and we're just beginning our second week. We're talking to some of the women who are big players in the tech world now, including the cofounder of the crowdfunding site Indiegogo, the math professor behind the popular "Grandma got STEM" blog and an executive at American Express who leads their global technology services. We also want to hear from you. If you are a leading lady in tech or an interested observer, let us know what you're up to. You can join the conversation on Twitter using the hash tag #NPRWIT.

And that's our program for today. I'm Michel Martin and you've been listening to TELL ME MORE from NPR News. Let's talk more tomorrow.

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