Pi Day, it’s not just for math nerds. Pi Day is a day to celebrate the mathematical constant Pi (π). What is Pi? In this case we are not talking about a delicious dessert, no Pi is the name given to the ratio of the circumference of a circle divided by its diameter, approximately 3.14159. […]
New badges are here! After the huge success of the first few rounds of Sporcle badges, 3 new badges have now been unveiled. Read about them below, and be sure to get them while you have the chance! Feliz Navidad: The holidays are a great time for quality Sporcling. To get the Feliz Navidad badge, […]
Congrats! You’ve made it to Friday, the final day of the traditional work week. And just as people in your office might be in-and-out throughout the day, there’s a few big names that are arriving and departing from our lives. Hostess closes its doors After an extended Baker’s Union strike, Hostess made the decision Friday to shut […]
We won’t be posting a Sporcler of the Week or Comments of the Week today, but check back next Friday for more great content. Be safe out there!
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 we’re passing around at Sporcle HQ. Just make sure to let us know about any links we might have missed in the comments. Happy Holidays! Sporcle has an updated […]
The United States celebrates the first Monday in September as Labor Day, and we thought that while celebrating the unofficial end of summer, we could throw some trivia your way, since plenty of people don’t know how Labor Day came about. Labor Day became a federal holiday in 1894 after a particularly violent strike breaking incident […]
The origins to April Fools day are hard to track. Possibly the most credible association can be found from a misreading of a line in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales. Regardless of its origins, the big day is upon us. Are you ready? The key is to start planning in advance, you want to be the fooler […]