Thursday, February 9, 2012

Reading Not So Straight Forward

I'd heard of this phenomenon before, but I stumbled across it again and I thought it would be appropriate to mention it here.  Apparently context helps us to make sense of words, even when the letters are all jumbled up. It's only important that the first and last letters of the word be in the correct place, or at least a symbol that looks only remotely like the correct one.

Crazy huh?  Makes me wonder why I even try to hard to sepll wrdos crroeclty.  

Hmmm, not sure I can pull that trick off too well.  The good example was done by someone else.  Maybe I'm just doomed to be a good slleper.

Still bad, huh?  Dang it!

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