How personal mobile devices can help those with learning disabilities

The following profile was published in the Boston Globe – very interesting testimonial:

“Astrophysicist Matthew Schneps was waiting at a bus stop, scanning a scientific paper he had downloaded onto his smartphone, when it dawned on him: he was reading with ease. That realization surprised Schneps, who has dyslexia, a learning disability that makes reading difficult. He had always felt comfortable in the lab, not the library. “Prior to that [moment], I hadn’t…”