Last week, Pocket updated with a new feature that added trending stories to Chrome's new tab page. While neat in theory, the hijacking of a new tab is a bit annoying, and weirdly there was initially no way to disable it. Thankfully, now there is. To disable the awkward new behaviour, click the three dots icon in Chrome > More Tools > Extensions. Scroll down to Pocket, then click Options. Here, you'll see an option to disable the trending stories on the new tab page. If you don't see this option, go back to the Extensions page, scroll to the top and click "Update Extensions" then try again.
How To Disable Pocket's New Tab Page Display
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With the NBN rollout now well progressed, with over 70% of the nation's households and businesses able to choose a retail service provider (RSP) and connect to the NBN, many of us are shopping around for the best deals. RSPs are constantly trying to expand their footprint and add customers so there are lots of deals around. Here are some of the best options I've been able to track down.
If you’re pursuing financial independence and early retirement, you’ve probably heard about the 4% Rule: When you’re calculating whether your investment portfolio will cover your cost of living, assume a 4 per cent withdrawal rate.