Larry Tesler responsible for Cut, Copy, and Paste, Has Passed Away

Xerox PARC is famously known for developing the mouse-driven graphical user interface we now all take for granted, and during his time at the lab Tesler worked with Tim Mott to create a word processor called Gypsy that is best known for coining the terms “cut,” “copy,” and “paste” when it comes to commands for removing, duplicating, or repositioning chunks of text.

Source: Gizmodo

Where would we be without copy and paste? As individuals we have probably saved at least a few thousand errors of certain texts to be copied over from one section to another. This includes our actions with our mobile phones, tablets, 

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