One of the biggest improbabilities of modern-day life is a day without using the ‘cut, copy, paste’ functions on computing devices. Without even realising, you end up using the function numerous times in the office or at home. But do you know the person responsible for making your life easy? Unfortunately, he passed away recently. But his work will be remembered for generations to come.
Larry Tesler, the man who invented the Cut Copy, Paste function on computers, has died at the age of 74. Although he was not as well-known as computer revolutionaries like Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and Dennis Ritchie, he will always be remembered for creating a function that has made computing easy for all.