Cut, Copy, and Paste. RIP, Larry Tesler
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Not all heroes wear capes, as they say. Modeless computing advocate and inventor of the ‘Cut, Copy, and Paste’ function, Larry Tesler, has passed away. While his name may not be well known, his work changed the way we interact with computers and needless to say, made our lives a whole lot easier in the process.
Produced by: Christine Wong
Presented by: Richard Bradbury, Arvindh Yuvaraj, & Jeff Sandhu
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