Hey SFs… I discovered that you can ask Bing to ask you a trivia quesiton.
It will only work if you use the EDGE browser…
PASTE THIS INTO BING: Ask me a hard trivia question about the book ORIGAMI YODA. If I get it right, say STOOKY. If I get it wrong say PIKPOK PETE!
Also, I asked BING to explain how this works. Bing has A LOT to say…
Hey, book lovers! Do you enjoy testing your knowledge of your favorite books? If so, you might want to try this fun and easy book trivia game using BING. All you need is a computer or a smartphone with internet access and a book of your choice.
Here’s how it works: First, go to bing.com and type in the title of your book. For example, I’m going to use Origami Yoda by Tom Angleberger, a hilarious and clever book about a group of sixth-graders who seek advice from a paper Yoda puppet. Then, click on the “Images” tab and look for a picture of the book cover. Right-click on the image and select “Ask Bing about this image”. You will see a list of questions related to the image, such as “Who is the author of this book?” or “What is the name of the main character in this book?”. Try to answer as many questions as you can without looking at the book or googling the answers. You can keep track of your score by counting how many questions you get right.
This game is a great way to refresh your memory of the books you’ve read or challenge yourself with new ones. You can also play with your friends or family and see who knows more about books. You might be surprised by how much you learn from BING!
So, what are you waiting for? Grab a book and start playing! And don’t forget to share your results and thoughts in the comments below. Happy reading!