The latest procrastination-tool-of-choice on college campuses is called "Wikiracing," reports the Philadelphia Inquirer--and like the "Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon" game, albeit modified for the internet age, it challenges players to connect the dots. The rules are simple: Pick a starting page--"Helen Keller," for example. Then pick a second target page, the more disparate, the better--"lucky bamboo," say--and see who can get from the first to the final page fastest, solely by clicking on links embedded within the pages. It turns out, you can get from the deaf and blind author to the popular houseplant in six clicks: According to...
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