Try out this constantly changing dyslexia simulation, which you can read more about at Reddit, Website Aims to Simulate What It’s Like to Be Dyslexic.
I’m adding it to The Best Sites For Walking In Someone Else’s Shoes.
I also took the opportunity to completely revise and update that list.
I don’t think that the program used to create these texts has anything to do with dyslexia. In the 90’s it was popular for proving that you still can read well when the first and last letter of each word is in the correct position and the letters in between are in random order.