You probably thought “Hacking” and “Christianity” doesn’t go together.
Well…according to the website “the Six Degrees of Wikipedia” (which finds the shortest number of pages between two terms on Wikipedia…kinda like the “Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon” movie trivia game)…they are only two degrees apart:
See how the game is played?
I thought I would try applying this to some friend’s blogs and see where it got us. How related are our titles? Let’s try it out after the jump:
33 Names of Grace (link)
A Future Hope (link)
A Peculiar Prophet (link)
Adventures in RevLand (link)
- The Adventures :: BBC Radio 1 :: April 21 :: 1619 :: Rev :: 4 degrees (did Rev, didn’t have a RevLand!)
Beth Quick (link)
Blake Huggins (link)
Come to the Waters (link)
Commonplace Holiness (link)
Enter the Rainbow (link)
Gen-X Rising (link)
- Generation X :: Benjamin Franklin :: August 8 :: George Booth, 1st Baron Delamer :: Rising :: 4 degrees
Grace and Peace (Sonja Tobey) (link)
Leaves From the Notebook of a Tamed Optimist (Nathan Mattox) (link)
Locusts and Honey (John the Methodist) (link)
Matthew Franks (link)
Ministry and Meteorology (link)
- Ministry :: World Wrestling Entertainment :: Television station :: Meteorology :: 3 degrees (BY FAR MY FAVORITE)
Only Wonder Understands (link)
Peace-able Kin-dom (link)
Religion is a Queer Thing (link)
Seeing Gray (link)
The Greatest Story Ever Told (link)
Thoughts from the Heart on the Left (link)
Thoughts of Resurrection (link)
Threads from Henry’s Web (link)
Warning: Rants May Ensue (link)
We Your People, Ours the Journey (link)
Stages on the Way (Katie McKay) (link)
Whew! There are several 2-degrees there, and several five-degrees there. Anyone got a blog title that breaks the six-degree barrier?
I did enjoy how Jeff’s degrees went through the WWE, Tony involved cattle, Jim traveled through Hungary and AC/DC, and Katie went through Colin Powell. Very entertaining journeys, there!
Try it yourself! Enjoy the game…post your degrees below!