Though over 400 years old, one of the most exciting aspects of this curious game is how new media like Facebook, Twitter and blogging give the game a whole new agency. There are several cribbage groups on Facebook–if you’re a member, check ’em out! You can access the general interest page or see what’s happening on eCribbage.com’s Facebook site.
I think Twitter is where it’s at, though–the online chat about cribbage is funny. You could do a lot worse than seeing who is saying what about the game. And cribbage players are social, right? Say hi when you feel comfortable. Which leads me to this:
Starting the hashtag/conversation #cribbagetweetoftheday. When I see good ones, I’ll schedule them for future retweets (essentially a copy-and-paste for non-Twitter folks). Every few weeks I’ll post the best ones here. Check back soon or follow me on Twitter!