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Paul Hudson: So I think we're going to wrap up now because I've already taken up enough of your time Paola. Thank you so much for joining us. Where can folks find you on the internet?
Paola Mata: So I'm on Twitter a lot. If that's your choice. My handle is @PaolaNotPaolo.
Paul Hudson: Yes, you can go and follow her on Twitter. She also has a blog at https://pmatanyc.github.io.
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