Submitted by Jenny on Sun, 2021-03-21 07:30
Today it our wedding anniversary, so we do a bit special, a bit out of our ordinary day.
While setting up our menu I asked Paul "Is there a bottle of Cava in the oven?" what I mind of course "in the refrigerator"
Submitted by Jenny on Wed, 2018-04-18 05:55
Google Chrome has a speech recognition tool to write emails and documents. More info.
Submitted by Jenny on Wed, 2018-04-18 05:41
Another famous dyslexic a Norwegian politician Erna Solberg, was diagnosed with dyslexia at age 16.
Submitted by Jenny on Sat, 2018-01-20 16:50
What is it and why it could work?
“Bite sized nuggets of content that are easy to consume, sometimes they're images or image-based, whose meaning can be grasped quickly. It's faster than reading.
Submitted by Jenny on Sun, 2008-11-30 20:51
Google can help you when you don't know the exact spelling of a word.
For example you are looking for the word "melanoma", but you don't know the exact spelling. Something with a 'm', an 'e' and 'a' that's all you know.
You know it has something to do with cancer and you can spell the word cancer.
So in the search box of Google you type the word "cancer".
Google gives suggestion in a drop down box, in the list you will recognize the word "melanoma".
Submitted by Jenny on Thu, 2008-11-20 13:20
CAN YOU READ THIS???
If you can read the following paragraph, copy it and send it to your friends.
Only great minds can read this
This is weird, but interesting!
fi yuo cna raed tihs, yuo hvae a sgtrane mnid
Submitted by Jenny on Sat, 2008-06-07 12:35
Hurd just something on which (I think) a lot of dyslexics while agree on in the "BBC Click" program.
The phrase "he does not use capital letters to define his punctuation. So get over it. Life is too short to worry about these things." Very good said why bother white an "i"or an "I" while in the meanwhile so much is happing in the world.
Kate Russel presents Webscape and inform us about interesting websites and speaks about the web blog Deputy Dog.
Submitted by Jenny on Wed, 2007-12-19 19:24
Sherrilyn Kenyon interview on being a writer and dyslexic
20 December 2007
Submitted by Jenny on Fri, 2007-12-14 16:00
The Warrior by Kinely MacGregor
Lochlan MacAllister was born to
lead. Ruthlessly groomed to take control of his clan, he has given his
life to his people. But when he learns that the brother he thought was
dead might still be alive, he embarks on a quest to find the truth.
Submitted by Jenny on Thu, 2007-12-13 15:16
"The dyslexia is a bummer,” Kinley MacGregor (real name – Sherrilyn Kenyon) says, “as my copy-editors will tell you. My condition is so severe that is often manifests itself verbally.”
However, despite her severe condition, MacGregor has become a New York Times best-selling author, gaining fans all over the world. Her latest book, The Warrior, is being praised as her best. Suspenseful and riveting, this novel would be a feat for any author, but is a special success for one with dyslexia.