About Trivopædia


If you need a competitive edge in Pub Quizzes (cheating is such an ugly word), or you're just an obsessed fan of trivia, then Trivopædia aims to be the resource for you. Tons of topics likely to show up in trivia contests are pared down to their bare essentials and listed alphabetically on the left.

Curated by Steve Litchfield, Mike Pollock, Roy Currlin and Evan Marcus. Adapted for Google Sites by Mike Pollock.

Some material, as cited and/or embedded, comes from Wikipedia, under the Creative Commons License, or other sites. Formatting may vary.

Please send ideas and content updates to mike@trivopaedia.com.

Trivopædia is freeware. Note that older versions with now-outdated content may still be found in Mobipocket Reader, Palm Desktop, iSilo, Plucker, iPhone and DOC formats (in various version numbers) elsewhere on the web.

While you're here, why not check out 3-Lib, general articles, info and links for Psion and Symbian PDAs and smartphones (stevelitchfield.com)

A brief history, by Steve Litchfield

Started with rregal@cix.co.uk back in the mists of time and merged with data from my own Trivia program for the Psion Series 3 classic. And then added to in various bits as we went on, thanks particularly to Stefan Wolfrum, Christian Eyrich, Michael Hoehne, Louwe Brink, Steve Hawtin, Richard Lambley, Roger Burton-West, Jim Willsher, Ian Sayers, Alan Jones, Simon Williams, Colin Smith, Andrew Giddings, Andre van Linden, Thomas Floyd, Richard Weeber, David Aldous, Stewart Shine, Mark Wilder, Daniel Pope, Kevin Turner, Neil Jowett, Roland Francies, David Rushall, Austen Gower, A Nieman, Paul Ward, Colin Spurdle, Jim Ventola, Patrick Hahn, Richard Moss, Paul Bamber, Jim Johnston, Joshua Holman, Jonathan Winter and others on the net.