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Sporcle Social Sites

We know it’s hard out there on the Internet to easily be alerted of all the latest Sporcle news & developments. To make things easier, we’ve compiled a handy guide to all our social media sites below.

Facebook

Like our Sporcle Facebook page (with nearly 100,000 followers). We feature fun quizzes every day, as well as polls, pics and more.

 

Twitter

You can follow us on Twitter @Sporcle. We post new quizzes every day, plus other fascinating facts and trivia.

 

Google +

Diehard Google fans should check our page on Google+. Don’t forget to give Sporcle a +1!

 

Tumblr

If you’re big on Tumblr, you can follow all the latest and greatest Sporcle Blog action and sporcle quizzes. Check out the Sporcle Tumblr.

 

Pinterest

If you’re a Pinterest addict like we are, check out Sporcle’s official Pinterest Boards.

 

 

iOS

Get Sporcle on the go with our iOS Apps. Check out our mobile page for more details.

 

Android

Sporcle’s on Android too. Get all the fun features you’d expect on your Android Device.

Sporcle Daily Links: Back to School Edition

We know our readers love the internet just as much as we do, so we think you might want to see some of the links that are being passed around at Sporcle HQ each and every day. Just make sure to let us know about any links we might have missed in the comments. Enjoy the clickable carnage below!

  • Did you know it’s back to school week on Sporcle? If you’re playing Sporcle in class this week, we think it’s the perfect time to share some Sporcle with everyone around you. [Back to School Week]
  • Jay-Z announced today that the New Jersey Nets will be called the Brooklyn Nets whenever basketball resumes. This is definitely going to have an effect on our quizzes. We really wish people would stop renaming things. [Huffington Post]
  • Google has put the famous Dead Sea Scrolls online. Fortunately for those of you who don’t read Aramaic, English translations are available. [Seattle Times]
  • For your random and amazing Sporcle quiz of the day, we’ve selected Top US Universities. Once again, Sporcle University doesn’t make the cut. We’ll get on that list eventually.

Sporcle Daily Links: Missing Dwarf Edition

We know our readers love the internet just as much as we do, so we think you might want to see some of the links that are being passed around at Sporcle HQ each and every day. Just make sure to let us know about any links we might have missed in the comments. Enjoy the clickable carnage below!

  • Have you ever tried the Missing Word app for iOS? You can download the Missing Word of the day,  additional game packs, and play them all even without an internet connection. Best of all? It’s free! [Missing Word App for iOS]
  • Long-running soap opera All My Children is ending today after more than 40 years on the air. Now what are we going to do with our afternoons at Sporcle HQ? [All My Children]
  • Researchers at CERN think they may have discovered a neutrino that moves faster than the speed of light. Doing the Kessel run in only 12 parsecs doesn’t seem so crazy now, does it? [Washington Post Blog]
  • Facebook revealed a drastic change in its UI yesterday. We think it looks kind of neat, but as per usual, pretty much everyone else hates it. [Facebook Timeline]
  • For your random and amazing Sporcle quiz of the day, we’ve selected Seven Dwarfs. We’re not sure what our problem is, but every single time we play this quiz we can only remember six dwarfs. We miss a different one every single time. Those dwarfs are in our head!

Sporcle Daily Links: STEVE HOLT! edition

We know our readers love the internet just as much as we do, so we think you might want to see some of the links that are being passed around at Sporcle HQ each and every day. Just make sure to let us know about any links we might have missed in the comments. Enjoy the clickable carnage below!

  • Did you know that you can sort Sporcle by our most popular quiz tags? Currently we’re very happy to see onion trending on that list. We simply must have more quizzes about onions. [Popular Tags on Sporcle]
  • Arriving just in time to make everyone forget how angry they are at Netflix, Facebook unveiled a new design for their homepage today. As per usual, everyone seems to hate it. [Facebook Users Protest Changes]
  • R.E.M. announced their retirement on their website today. We’re big fans of the band, but it was probably time for them to walk away. [REMHQ]
  • After a year in which things haven’t seemed to go very well for HP, it’s no surprise that they’re looking to replace their CEO. Strongest rumor is that former Ebay CEO Meg Whitman may take over. [BusinessWeek]
  • For your random and amazing Sporcle quiz of the day, we’ve selected Arrested Development Episodes. We can’t deny that on more than one occasion we’ve felt the urge to shout ‘STEVE HOLT!’ in a crowded public place, and what better way to relive your favorite Steve Holt(!) moments than to shout his name as you recall every episode in which he appeared.

Sporcle Daily Links: Learning to Count edition

We know our readers love the internet just as much as we do, so we think you might want to see some of the links that are being passed around at Sporcle HQ each and every day. Just make sure to let us know about any links we might have missed in the comments. Enjoy the clickable carnage below!

  • Did you know that you can ‘Like’ Sporcle on Facebook? We post all sort of random facts and interesting info just for our Facebook fans. Come on, you know you want to.[Sporcle on Facebook]
  • Netflix is back in the news again, and making its customers as angry as before. We think they’ll lose some subscribers, but in the end, they’ll probably bounce back. [Netflix Blog]
  • Just when we thought we’d forgotten about Google+, they opened up their service to everyone, and rolled out some pretty interesting meetup features today. If you ever thought you needed a video meetup while riding on a bus, then these new Google+ mobile features are for you. [Google Plus Open to Everyone]
  • Ken Jennings latest book Maphead is out today. We have a great geography quiz from Ken today on our homepage , and we highly recommend checking out his book. [Maphead]
  • For your random and amazing Sporcle quiz of the day, we’ve selected 1-100. We love counting, it’s one of our favorite things to do, and we can’t imagine a better way to spend a minute of your day than seeing how fast you can count from 1-100. It’s a truly breathtaking and exhilarating experience.