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I had demonstrated against him, I used to write articles in U. newspapers about the atrocities and killings at that time, so I was a bit nervous to meet him face-to-face.” Just as Fesseha guessed, after a few hours of waiting, Mengistu strolled right into the room with his entourage heading straight to the demo table to meet Fesseha.“So I quickly wrote on the screen his favorite slogan: “Hulum Neger Wede Tor Ginbar,” (“ሁሉም ነገር ወደ ጦር ግንባር”), Fesseha says.Zee first appeared on Tadias on our June-July 2004 print issue.

Fesseha was among those profiled here some 25 years ago in an article titled “Legends of Ethiopic Computing” for his role as the producer of the first usable Ethiopic word processor.Over the course of 20-days both the urbanites and country folks are forced to confront stereotypes about each other and grapple with issues of gender and privilege. Update: Ethiopia hosted a state funeral for its legendary vocalist Tilahun Gessesse.It is the first such state funeral in the nation’s history.“This I did consulting with Ethiopian linguists,” Fesseha explains. It not only permanently codifies the computer reference to the language to be associated with Ethiopia but also correctly credits that the alphabet origination or development belongs to all Ethiopians.” “Necessity is the mother of invention.” For Fesseha it was his passion for writing in Amharic rather than his profession in the tech industry that initially inspired him to design the first known Ethiopic Script Software.“I loved writing in Amharic as far back as I remember,” recalls Fesseha in an interview with Tadias.They told me that they had a contractual obligation with the Ethiopian government not to sell the typewriters outside of Ethiopia.” “Necessity is the mother of invention” Fesseha says, explaining that he decided instead to develop a software using the Ethiopic alphabet.

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