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Is dead Larry Tesler, mister cut-copy-paste. From the legendary Xerox Parc to Apple
HIS name may not mean much to many. Perhaps all of. Sure, it was not Steve Jobs or Bill Gates, this much is certain, but his side has merit, almost epochal. Almost philosophical: he invented the "cut-copy-paste" and, above all, opened a new way of thinking about the user experience in front of the pc or to other devices. It was called Larry Tesler , he was 74 years old and disappeared last Monday. His long career in the world of information at the turn of the Seventies and Eighties, do you feel up to us. Up to those combinations of commands that we use dozens if not hundreds of times a day to work on content, especially text, using laptops, tablets and smartphones on different applications.
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