The blog , TechnoDys Technology and Dyslexia Blog, is aimed at dyslexic users and those supporting them (such as parents, teachers and tutors).

The blog, run by Dr Ian Smythe, has a new entry every day, already has over 300 useful entries although I haven’t checked them all by any means. Smythe claims that hi sblog includes,

everything from free text-to-speech, to how to make your browser more dyslexia friendly, as well as using online reminder systems. It goes well beyond the usual text-to-speech, speech-to-text and concept mapping software by asking what an individual really needs. For example, how do you remember your passwords? Where can I find free online collaborative concept maps, and Where do I find a video on speech-to-text that comes free with Vista?

This blog has the answer to these questions and many more. And with the BabelFish click, you can have the blog translated into eight languages.