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Archive for March, 2009

The top ten search queries for መጋቢት (March)

Ranking Number Search query Total Requests 1 love 11 2 hello 9 3 behavior 7 4 God 6 5 statement 6 6 desert 6 7 tunnel 5 8 argument 5 9 marriage 5 10 Hate 5

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March 29, 2009  Tags:   Posted in: top ten search queries  No Comments

I love strange and weird movies

I saw a trailer on the Internet for a movie called “Tokyo!“. It is done by three different directors, but the only one I recognize is Michel Gondry from his odd, bizarre and groovy animations. In keeping to form, this movie looks just as odd and freaky as his other works… I should enjoy it. […]

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March 25, 2009  Tags: , ,   Posted in: film  No Comments

English – Tigrinya picture themes

So the Norwegian Government was kind enough to upload many language learning resources that they make for foreign immigrants who settle in their country. One of these resources is a collection of English-Tigrinya picture themes. Enjoy, and give a proper thanks to Norway!

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March 21, 2009  Tags: , ,   Posted in: Tigrigna  2 Comments

A few more keyboard changes…

There. I think I’ve simplfied the keyboard even more by changing the second keystroke for the 6th/null order (ብ = “bb,” etc…) all to “I” (ብ = “bI,” etc…). I’m sure most of you don’t care about such a small detail, but I think it will be simpler this way ***Update*** – and I’ve just […]

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March 21, 2009  Tags: ,   Posted in: website update  No Comments

Keyboard changes

So, I’ve decided to make a few chages to the MLTG keyboard. One change is to add a toggle switch onto every page that has a textbox and uses the keyboard; however I’ve made another major change, that is, I’ve restructured the entire keyboard itself. No longer do you have to use numbers to type […]

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March 20, 2009  Tags: ,   Posted in: website update  No Comments

Defense Language Institute

I was stumbling across the internet again when I ran into the Defense Language Institute website. According to Wikipedia the Defense Language Institute (DLI) is… is a United States Department of Defense (DoD) educational and research institution, which provides linguistic and cultural instruction to the Department of Defense, other Federal Agencies and numerous and varied […]

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March 16, 2009   Posted in: Miscellaneous  No Comments


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