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Mass High Tech, By Rodney Brown
Mass High Tech last night recognized 15 All-Stars — individuals who have made a significant impact in the New England Innovation economy; and in keeping with the reality of Twitter in today’s business life, the honorees were asked to keep their speeches to 140 characters.
For those All-Stars unable to contain themselves, Mass High Tech allowed them to go over the 140-character limit, at a cost of $1 per character, with all proceeds going to the Boston chapter of nonprofit Girls in Tech, which promotes the mentoring of girls interested in a career in tech by successful women in the field.
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