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Marginalia - Issue #15

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Kriegspiel Chess is a form of chess where you can only see your own pieces and not those of your oppo
 

Marginalia

August 11 · Issue #15 · View online
Five unverified facts that inspired me to circle them or write them down + weekly highlights from Holy Fool Productions.

Kriegspiel Chess is a form of chess where you can only see your own pieces and not those of your opponent.

Steve Jobs worked at Atari before founding Apple.

The Cliff of Dover are white because of an algae called Coccolithophores, which dies and harden into chalk.

34 years after dropping out, Steven Spielberg returned to California State Long Beach and tested out of advanced filmmaking by submitting Schindler’s List.

Dilemma is Greek for “two premises.”

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