You may collect baseball cards. You may be a birder, coin collector or coffee mug junkie.
Or you may collect celebrities.
If you’re familiar with the Kevin Bacon Game or the six degrees of separation theory first theorized by Frigyes Karinthy in 1929, you know society is more closely intertwined than it often seems. The world has shrunk since 1929 because of social networking and globalization. In the past five years alone, you’ve probably noticed the shrinkage personally as you’ve unexpectedly bumped elbows not only friends, not only with strangers, but also with the famous.
Welcome to Star Kibble, a game I developed a few years ago. Star Kibble is played by seeing and photographing celebrities. [Read more…]