Rachel1206 Posted February 20, 2020 Share Posted February 20, 2020 (edited) I thought this would be of interest of many programmers: Larry Tesler, who invented cut-copy-paste is dead aged 74. His was a visionary man, who believed in making computers user-friendly and accessible for everyone. He enrolled at Stanford aged 16 and after graduation worked for Xerox, Apple, Yahoo and Amazon. A true Silicon Valley pioneer has gone. See also BBC News Edited February 20, 2020 by Rachel1206 4 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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