Having a setting for that would be nice, but I much prefer my new tabs to pop to the back. I will usually scan through a page and open the set of links I want to read, then read them after the page I'm on, or switch and dive into one, but a lot of times it is just to build the queue. On my phone, I open them just so I can read them on a real screen later, since I can see my tabs and history from all devices.
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Wish I could find the "Sad But True +1" Mod
This, of course, depends significantly on whether by "average" you mean the mode, median, or mean, which in a non-bellcurve distribution such as a programmers or software engineers can be very different.
We currently have a children in the public school system, in a school that has a very good attitude and community feel to it, and we know the teachers well... but we are considering homeschooling.
One note that hang true to me is that 27 other (5th/7th/9th graders) is not socialization as much as entry to Lord of the Flies... those kids need to learn the same skills, and can't provide them, where in a homeschooling setting you can have more interaction across age groups, with adults, and take the time to present positive role models, whereas our school teachers are not in a situation where they can do that when being forced to teach standarized testing to an overly large group instead of a broad based curriculum.
I'd be afraid he might come to a sudden arboreal stop!
Yes, but that mortgage is subtracted from the market value of the home for calculating net worth, so it isn't directly negative.