3s dyslexia

I've noticed over the years that I sometimes confuse the letter 's' with the number '3'. So sometimes I will type one instead of the other, or I will make a transcription error if there's a string of numbers and letters together (i.e. not in the context of a word, but in other cases.)

I read recently that Chinese and English dyslexia affect two different regions of the brain, and it makes me wonder if you could run a study on MY brain and construct some sort of alphabet for my particular blindspot, so that I would be unable to read it, or it least it would be a lot more frustrating for me than it would be for most people.



  1. I enjoyed looking at your page - I didn't know you had one until I followed the link on your comment to my page. Good stuff - I wish I was as motivated to write when I had interesting things to say as you do. Nice content. it's the stuff I always think about but never have the patience to put down on my page. I find that I'm much more likely to discuss such things in person, though I always hoped my website could be an extension of those discussions with those too remote to currently enjoy them with.