This is actually really solid advice, when I learnt Pascal first in my A level Comp Sci class I was sort of annoyed that we were using such an ancient language but it has all the fundementals there and will help you understand what's actually going on.
My sarcasm detector isn't working, it's the recipient of the breast feeding that is more likely to be intelligent.
I don't think this is the first study suggesting this, I remember some studies a good few years back at least.
Still no-where near to getting it with Virgin Media. I don't think they even have plans for "soon", at least on the consumer side. OpenVPN is setup to route IPv6 over IPv4 on my VPN, so yeah, not a big issue.
The wider one is usually used for higer wattage/ampage applications, like bigger PSU's, rated for around up to 20 amps whereas the kettle cord ones are rated for around up to 13 amps, typically. They're all IEC standard plugs as others mentioned.
After a recent 'clean-up' on our hardware line I have a single server to sell, a couple have gone through WHT already. This particular server was used as a VPS node and decommisioned a year later then kept in storage as an emergency spare.
32GB ECC RAM
4x 1TB Constellation...
I don't see the point, even if you didn't copy WHMCS's code, the frontend is still the same so why would I use yours instead of WHMCS who have cPanel and their developers backing them? Makes no sense to me.