Anthony Cavuoti


Dyslexics are 4G


Metaphorically, when it comes to seeing colors, the vast majority of people are 3G, dyslexics are 4G. They can and do see a greater distinctions of colors and possible more colors, once again metaphorically. When it comes to concepts dyslexics are 4G. However when it comes to decoding and encoding, reading and writing, they are colorblind,3G. What are wonderful yet frustrating at times paradox?

Submitted: Wednesday, August 08, 2012
Edited: Thursday, May 02, 2013

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