Wait, For Love.
On this island everyone is born with a specific tattoo telling them how they are going to die. But the people has never been outside they it's just a birthmark.
Is there an inherent propensity to take upon arms and collectively kill? Do we, perhaps, lust for war? Or is it just an odd craving we could never satisfy?
Why Telegram Became The Go To Platform in Ethiopia
Ethiopia is among the very few countries where telegram is more popular than other apps. How did this happen?
The Aesthetic Form of Art
Can we ever give a single definition for art? Can we say this is an art, but the other is not? If art is, just, reflective, can it still be art?
Virtual Law Firms
How to pursue our law career from being anywhere using e-lawyering and the benefits to work as a lawyer virtually.
The Raw Confusion of the Young
Beyond "The Lost Generation" of Hemingway, what is left of us? Is our confusion serving the cause of our denial?
The Evolution of Evidence Law
The overall historical background of evidence law and its major development. Both in ancient Europe and Ethiopia.
Does our school system is outdated
If we want to change the world we have to start from our school system
Shera.et: A Digital Marketplace for Arts
While surfing the web, I came across this fantastic website called Shera where you can sell and purchase images, and to be honest, it exceeded my expectations. And I'm here to share it with you.
Room.et: The hotel aggregator app
Have you ever wondered where you could stay the night, perhaps after a night out with your friends?
Tikus, The new delivery app in town
Tikus is the newest addition to the food delivery apps operating in Addis Ababa. Tikus has recently been granted funding from The Bridges program that is supported by the Mastercard foundations for their job creation plan.
Ahun The social media for places?
Ahun is an app that lets you share your “vibes” which are just pictures or videos of places you’re vibing at.
Jebena The habesha diaspora dating app
Jebena is an online dating app for Ethiopians and Eritreans focusing on the diaspora. Launched in April 2020, Jebena has been seeing pretty good growth.
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