by Peter Temple July 30, 2018 Words actually don’t exist … to our brains, at any rate. We don’t see words as a series of letters. We see them as pictures. I know … that changes things. When we read a word, we actually see it as a whole bunch of little tiny pictures. We look for features like horizontal or vertical lines, rounded corners, etc. and then we think back to our library of letter images.
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