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The Top 100 Niche Job Boards On The Internet Run out of places to look? Try this list of niche job boards that goes beyond the usual suspects, and delves into the wild world of niche sites. From industry-specific listings to those that cater to different ways to work, to ones that rely on the level or kind of experience you have, we’ve curated a list of the top 100 niche job boards on the internet. Initials beside each address will indicate whether a site is for the United States (US), Canada (CA), North America (NA), United Kingdom (UK), Europe (EU) or international (INT). All sites were confirmed as functioning as of June 2014. These nice job boards focus on specific industries, ideal for those already hip-deep in a career who are looking for a change of scenery rather than a change of pace.

40 websites that will make you cleverer right now The indexed web contains an incredible 14 billion pages. But only a tiny fraction help you improve your brain power. Here are 40 of the best. 31 Places Everyone Should See Before They Die Do you feel like making the most of your life? If the answer is Yes, then you should probably see every place on this list a Reddit user compiled. It contains almost every awesome place worth seeing around the globe. It might take you a few years to hit every one, but it'll be worth it (even if your bank account doesn't agree).

42 Great Hikes, Walks and Pilgrimages Home » Ibang Recommends (Local) » 42 Great Hikes, Walks and Pilgrimages 42 Great Hikes, Walks and Pilgrimages Sep 3, 2012 10 Mind-Blowing Theories That Will Change Your Perception of the World Reality is not as obvious and simple as we like to think. Some of the things that we accept as true at face value are notoriously wrong. Scientists and philosophers have made every effort to change our common perceptions of it. The 10 examples below will show you what I mean. 1. Great glaciation.

A 'fancy' serial number can make a $1 bill worth thousands If you’ve ever read the eight-digit serial number on a dollar bill, it was probably to play liar’s poker—or out of sheer boredom. But those digits are more than a passing diversion to a thriving online community, for whom they can take on a near-mystical significance. At, Nashville musician and currency collector Dave Undis brings together like-minded digit-heads who have little interest in the history of money or even the denomination of a given note. Instead they are after certain patterns and series that fall under the flexible heading of “fancy” serial numbers. Low serial numbers, from 00000001 to 00000100, are sought after, as well as palindromes (23599532), solids (with a digit that repeats eight times), seven-of-a-kinds (66666665), ladders (45678901) and important dates (12071941).

Zombie Attacks, Fairy Queens, and Why Your Brain Craves Surprises: An Interview with Tania Luna How do you feel about surprises? Do you like unpredictably, or do you prefer the comfort of routine? While most people prefer the predictable, the latest in scientific research has revealed that surprise is a vital element for growth and creativity. Tania Luna is one of the founders of Surprise Industries—a company that specializes in pleasant surprises—the co-author (along with Dr. I’m a Multipotentialite!… Now what? 83EmailShare It can be a huge relief to learn that you are a multipotentialite. Suddenly all of these patterns you’ve noticed in your life start making sense. You realize that you aren’t a scatterbrain or commitment-phobe, you’re something else, something good! What’s more, you aren’t alone.

How being called smart can actually make you stupid A few months ago I posted a piece which has become my most popular blog post by quite a landslide. The post covered various techniques for learning and looked at the empirical evidence for and against their efficacy based on recent research. This post is my follow up, in which I look at the case for one tip for learning that it seems really could have a big impact. A growing body of evidence from the last two decades suggests that our attitude towards our own potential for intelligence has a considerable impact on our lives, furthermore we are incredibly vulnerable to having this attitude or "mindset" moulded for better or worse, by how people praise us in a way that is both shocking and problematic. Stanford psychology professor Carol Dweck has presented a range of startlingly fascinating findings on the topic which have been broadly supported by further research. References:

The Federal Government Will Put You Up In This Haunted Ghost Town, If You Dare The federal government wants to give you free food, free housing and a job. No, it's not a scary story that libertarians tell each other around the campfire. But there is a spooky catch to the arrangement. Garnet, Montana, is the state's most intact ghost town, and some people maintain that it's actually haunted. The remote mountain town grew rapidly in the late 19th century following the discovery of gold and silver in the area. How to see everything you’ve ever Googled (if you’re so brave) (Reuters/Dado Ruvic) You probably don’t remember what you Googled 10 minutes ago, let alone the myriad inane and fleeting things you’ve searched since the engine’s beginnings. But unless you’re browsing in incognito mode or have tweaked your account settings, Google remembers those things. Not only that: Google logs all of your searches, analyzes them, and uses them to individually personalize the search results you see — which has pretty profound implications for both literacy and privacy. [Everything Google knows about you — and how it knows it]

Freaky Game Transforms Your House Into a Horror Movie When You Walk Around at Night With a Smartphone Just walking around your home at night can be scary enough, but a gaming company is developing an augmented reality game that can turn it into a movie-like house of horrors in which you are the star. “Night Terrors” by Novum Analytics is game that you play at night with your smartphone and its LED light. “Where are those games that are so believable and so immersive that you’re afraid to play them?” Brian Mitchell, the developer, asked. Night Terror uses algorithms that play upon various features of your phone to map your environment and allow you to see your home through the lens of a horror game. (Image source: YouTube)