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Leitha Matz @missginsu Berlin, Germany

COO/cofounder at @zuperbank and @MTGmeetup Mentor at Techstars @MetroAccel #Fintech #Foodtech #Berlin

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Joined Twitter 7/14/07


@martinklepsch Don’t have an extra, but you can do a short-term Mac rental through Grover. I have found them quite easy to use.
12/4
2019
@jackrusher Automated Mumin Background Generator
11/27
2019
@nickgraynews @jah Be aware that your non-responders may not consider themselves that. I almost wrote back to insis… https://t.co/cvZR65ZRrBHei, Helsinki! 🇫🇮🙋‍♀️ Stop by the @Google for #Startups booth at @SlushHQ to chat, learn, and meet the 17 founder… https://t.co/HzMZNDRkEB
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11/22
2019
@nnovick @ElishevaMarcus I’m with the Google for Startups group. But I’ll see if I can find you on the app... @nnovick @ElishevaMarcus @adegeler @tech_eu @SlushHQ @METR_BMS Let’s get coffee!
11/20
2019
This here is the right #MondayMotivation! 👏 Invest some extra time to prepare and fix things in the beginning. And… https://t.co/HnPAYKdtzc
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11/18
2019
@daiyitastic Jelllyyyyy!
11/8
2019
Last week we sat down with the brilliant @missginsu, COO and Co-founder of @zuperbank, for our #FounderFocus series… https://t.co/gLMHjgMhFF
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11/6
2019
Just a Halloween reminder that Ubbe Ert Iwwerks had the best name and was also a genius animator. ☠️ https://t.co/nYWJtZlvgsSo that’s it for #Inktober! Over this month of drawing, I’ve learned a lot about #scientists as well as different t… https://t.co/60NgJsiuYqMaude Menten was a Canadian bio-medical and medical researcher who made significant contributions to enzyme kinetic… https://t.co/coRwmfJc0rThis gif provides an important reminder to take care of the body so you can do all the things. 💪🏽 https://t.co/IZDsdn5jsr
10/31
2019
Physicist Pierre Curie, husband of Marie, was a pioneer in crystallography, magnetism, piezoelectricity and radioac… https://t.co/xbjEWpIPFeThe fab folks at @FactoryBerlin interviewed me about @zuperbank for their #FounderFocus series. The thing I didn't… https://t.co/C9p8wJptABNOW LIVE: https://t.co/81TRfOH352 We're back with the #FounderFocus and this time are talking to @missginsu, the C… https://t.co/MxccNBJyck
Retweeted by Leitha MatzOur imaginations are being held hostage by the car. https://t.co/C28JzMnm3Q
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10/30
2019
Born in 1776, Sophie Germain wasn’t allowed an education or career in mathematics. Despite that, she studied librar… https://t.co/XlI8K1NyGi
10/29
2019
John von Neumann was among the brilliant mid-century Hungarians known as "The Martians," but Neumann's mental abili… https://t.co/gCfmEEeTFs
10/28
2019
@ElishevaMarcus You should! It has been a challenge to find time, but I love seeing the improvements that practice… https://t.co/PUVdYfp9M9 @phraktle Gladly!Asima Chatterjee was the first woman to receive a Doctorate of Science at an Indian university. She became an organ… https://t.co/WgxFTaTN5VIn 1938, Enrico Fermi was given the Nobel Prize in Physics. The award ceremony gave his family the opportunity esca… https://t.co/aPT5d86O2w
10/27
2019
Rear Admiral Grace Hopper earned a Ph.D. in mathematics from Yale and taught mathematics at Vassar. She also advise… https://t.co/HpA4z48XlRRichard Feynman received the highest scores on record for his math/physics graduate admission exams at Princeton. H… https://t.co/6tgXjTkLyz
10/25
2019
😍❤️💯 https://t.co/vXDVVRbmPI
Retweeted by Leitha MatzFlorence Bascom was the first woman to work in the @USGS and the first to receive a PhD from @JohnsHopkins She publ… https://t.co/Ri6HTtd9Dx
10/23
2019
@DearDara I always thought Tabla would make a supercool illustration of how a great teaching restaurant begets a fo… https://t.co/bXyHNdXBY3George Washington Carver was one of my childhood favorites (I wanted to be a botanist), but I didn’t realize what a… https://t.co/S9MapZUn1k
10/22
2019
My stubby legs and I made it into the @hasenheideprkrn blog this week. 🤩🏃🏻‍♀️#internetfamous #ILoveParkRun https://t.co/teBzC3Dv75 @jackrusher Reminds me of being buried in very orderly hay.At the age of 12, Mary Anning was already collecting fossils with her family along the Blue Lias cliffs of Dorset.… https://t.co/l5UxFGeFVx
10/21
2019
Trying for a woodcut vibe using a Copic marker to inscribe the organic feeling output of a reaction-diffusion syste… https://t.co/oCCErR4XS7
Retweeted by Leitha MatzLinus Pauling was one of my dad’s favorite #scientists. He won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry and another for peace a… https://t.co/uQIS8OBm9e
10/20
2019
Dorothy Hodgkin pioneered work in X-Ray Crystallography methods, broadening our understanding of antibiotics, insul… https://t.co/cFxlGv6FgkJames Clerk Maxwell made foundational contributions to mathematical physics (as wall as 8 other scientific fields)… https://t.co/dZIpcy4gsN
10/19
2019
@GretchenMayer His hair/beard were super-fun to draw!Rosalind Franklin was a chemist and an X-Ray Crystallorapher which is probably the coolest job title ever.… https://t.co/uCQ46A0u1X
10/17
2019
@Oatmeal @BurningCatCon I mean, Powell’s is cool and all, but I have never been so envious of people who live in Portland.Élie Metchnikov was a zoologist and microbiologist who discovered (with Paul Ehrlich) that “devouring cells” that a… https://t.co/dY8gmxQnbbHey ladies: Startup Weekend are hosting an event to empower women entrepreneurs in Berlin: https://t.co/4oszBnBGY8
Retweeted by Leitha MatzLise Meitner worked with Otto Hahn on nuclear fission, but only he was named in the 1944 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.… https://t.co/P0RiXO6ye4
10/16
2019
I just lost my wallet on the way home from work. I didn't have much identifying info in there so a good Samaritan g… https://t.co/9Kt8KtmlSD
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10/15
2019
@jackrusher I see birds. 🐦Niels Bohr made foundational contributions to understanding atomic structure and quantum theory and he was an activ… https://t.co/9XMRI2PdOM
10/14
2019
Trying something different on this #Inktober portrait of Chien-Shiung Wu, the “Queen of Nuclear Research,” but I’m… https://t.co/1JK8Y4pSHY
10/13
2019
Alan Turing is widely considered to be the father of theoretical computer science and artificial intelligence and h… https://t.co/LBgUoQZNS3
10/12
2019
Today for #Inktober, the phenomenal Marie Curie: the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, the only woman to win the No… https://t.co/bbRG1prnFg @jussiras Winner!
10/11
2019
I’m working on drawing scientists and researchers this month for #Inktober. This portrait isn’t as handsome as the… https://t.co/9uH43SBM4QAnnouncing Startup Grind's brand new partnership with 50inTech! We are offering 10 incredible female-founded startu… https://t.co/UeSIhSIt65
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10/10
2019
Most of the Ada Lovelace imagery that goes around during #AdaLovelaceDay shows a fun, carefree Ada, but the only ph… https://t.co/hzpy7bGKmBOooof. Was just subjected to the most credible phishing attempt I've experienced to date. Here were the steps: 1)… https://t.co/RJN23eJZ1a
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10/9
2019
Alfred Wegener came up with the word “Pangaea” as well as the concept of continental drift in 1912, but he couldn’t… https://t.co/cXntUBZvYY
10/8
2019
“Only within the moment of time represented by the present century has one species — man — acquired significant pow… https://t.co/2dITPN62qo @piercegleeson I loved that one, but was terrified of “Outside Over There” and remain haunted by “Higgelty Piggelty… https://t.co/Hk9Eo7eN0y
10/7
2019
"Our passion for learning ... is our tool for survival." A quotation from Carl Sagan in “Cosmos" and a good thought… https://t.co/OJQ8zqpWzZ
10/6
2019
Sofia Kovalevskaya was a mathematician, writer and the first women to work for a scientific journal as an editor. A… https://t.co/b2ZjgWjbiN @ftrain It’s actually a really informative book (except for the index, which needs more attention). I’m about halfw… https://t.co/GNelqJHVKlParkRun *is* a life-changing organization. TBH I used to think a 5k was a big deal, and now it’s just a joyful Satu… https://t.co/GrHUl7YqbV
10/5
2019
Today’s #Inktober scribble is Emmy Noether, considered the “most important woman in the history of mathematics.” Sh… https://t.co/hqIwjxPMvn
10/4
2019
@daveliepmann Aw! Thanks! I’m working on hands. They are so hard. 😣I had a little more time to spend on this one of Charles Darwin. (Not following the official prompt list, obviously… https://t.co/4yPAOFkqqh
10/3
2019
@daiyitastic @clojuTRE Yeah! It was cool to see her grinning face riding around on all the attendees.I planned to recycle old receipts for #Inktober2019 drawings, but I discovered that many companies now use that spa… https://t.co/ZI6ydeIbgn
10/2
2019
I don’t really have the capacity for #Inktober2019 but then again, life is short and we’re dead for an awfully long… https://t.co/mDq01Lr08T
10/1
2019
My talk on Computational Creativity from @clojuTRE is already up (so fast!): https://t.co/IH9yq58Gi5 I hope you enj… https://t.co/wVusNigGD0
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9/30
2019
One of many important reminders from @puredanger’s keynote last night at @clojuTRE #clojutre https://t.co/QWjLphOQY5
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9/28
2019
@kylebragger @jackrusher 😂 It’s very rockstar lighting, isn’t it? I’m jelly.Computational Creativity is a power that’s within reach of every artist and programmer, because the division is act… https://t.co/eVMeWVIX0g
9/27
2019
We had our first official board meeting a little bit ago with some of the kickass (wo)men of our advisory board! Th… https://t.co/aAiTsvkH21
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9/19
2019
@piercegleeson I like to read the little recommendation tags that the bookstore clerks leave on books they’ve enjoyed.
9/18
2019
Part 2 of our Event on Sep 19th: Join our #fintech Fireside Chat with Leitha Matz (Co-Founder & COO of the #startuphttps://t.co/LCrPrfyHGV
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9/13
2019
@TAtanasoska I’m a bit surprised we haven’t met already. Berlin is small! Let’s get coffee! @TAtanasoska 👋🏼 Hallo!
8/28
2019
@DearDara It requires quality sour cream to achieve divinity.
8/26
2019
@ftrain @waferbaby Ooo. Good tips in here. I love the bit about Notability.
8/22
2019
@plexus They look AMAZING. Kudos to your super-cool mom!
8/2
2019
@HMittelmark As someone who worked there and also at a well-loved Indian restaurant, I endorse this terrible pun. 😏
7/29
2019
📡 i n c o m i n g t r a n s m i s s i o n 📡 I had the honour of guest-hosting @stevekrouse's Future of Coding podc… https://t.co/zi0lUWPytL
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7/26
2019
Rarely is anyone thanked for the work they did to prevent the disaster that didn't happen.
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7/25
2019
@ayelesperance 🙋🏻‍♀️Representing South Dakota.
7/22
2019
@shabbychef It’s a short train ride outside the city, but I love the Louisiana Museum so much, I’ve been there twice and would go again.
7/21
2019
@daiyitastic @akvanh Texas has developed a maternal death rate on par with third world countries. California’s rate… https://t.co/dYfUFfTfwH
7/19
2019
For #WorldSnakeDay, an oldie about things I've learned from snakes! https://t.co/t3oRj2Fcle
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7/17
2019
Great tips by @HoganLovells panelists this morning on international hiring, trademarks, financing and exits: Don’t… https://t.co/teyCyj7zv3
7/16
2019
“I used to hire domain experts, but now I hire adaptable people who can manage ambiguity. People who can stay calm… https://t.co/msTfNBBT5B
7/15
2019
Today’s #WritersAlmanac tells of Owen Wister, a lawyer in Philadelphia at the turn of the century: “He became ill a… https://t.co/jSXND0g2qc
7/14
2019
In Singapore, where your transit #payments can look like a mer-lion. 🦁 The future of payments is #kawaii. https://t.co/ZHyAHEp3tq
7/13
2019
The @FactoryBerlin team wrote up a nice profile of @zuperbank after our @StartupGrind win. As with any real convers… https://t.co/ttC6eCkYmR
7/11
2019
According to German labour office, these are the official dialects you can be proficient in. Ruhrgebiet the only on… https://t.co/0qNtAyv8iB
Retweeted by Leitha Matz @mik3caprio @melissamcewen @mik3cap Drawing all the ingredients actually takes a lot more time than writing the code. @melissamcewen I actually made this after I met you and @mik3cap at the #hackmeat hackathon. Glad it’s still gettin… https://t.co/Blx11Q3iLX @everyartisugly @RadNetworks @LadybugPodcast Awww! Thanks for sharing. Hope it inspires someone to enjoy a nice salad.My clever friend @missginsu made this and it is perfect. Please adore her. And salad. https://t.co/8jHsn2yieh
Retweeted by Leitha Matz @jessamyn @maureenflaherty It’s random bacon! You’re just lucky. 🥓 @melissamcewen I built one in Clojure 🥗: https://t.co/5OclFGyYFx
7/9
2019
A side project we've been working on at @AppSciStudio, Gist Press, formats gists for sharing. Uses Tufte-CSS, suppo… https://t.co/KVdA6ZH8fC
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7/5
2019
@segabor 🙊 Ooo! I didn’t realize that’s a thing that happens. Condolences!
7/1
2019
A cyclist's guide to biking the city – a cartoon | Cities | The Guardian https://t.co/EbPTyKvu8J
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6/29
2019

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