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Introduction Title screen of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone for the Game Boy Color A little over 20 years ago the first movie in the Harry Potter series, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone in the United States, was released by Warner Bros. I had been caught up in the Harry Potter mania and received the movie tie-in Game Boy Color game as a Christmas gift. I recall playing it for a while, before my attention returned to the other hype machine of 2001: the Pokémon series.
Earlier today I restarted a Raspberry Pi I use on my home network. When the system came up after reboot, many services failed to resume, which I quickly noticed due to the lack of DNS resolution on my network. Upon checking the system logs, the culprit became clear: CoreDNS was failing to verify the certificates of my DNS-over-TLS provider. According to my Raspberry Pi, we were partying like it was 1999.
In addition to your search engine in Google Chrome, the browser tries to be helpful by remembering custom search engines for websites you visit in the course of navigating the web. As some websites can become registered simply by navigating to their homepage, this can result in a very long list of custom search engines. Unfortunately, the page to manage custom search engines in Google Chrome (currently located at chrome://settings/searchEngines) leaves a lot to be desired.