Tribute to Larry Tesler

Larry Tesler passed away last week.
He was the inventor of the cut, copy and paste shortcuts, as well as the Find and Replace shortcuts.
A graduate of Stanford University, Larry specialised in human-computer interaction, employing his skills at Amazon, Apple, Yahoo, and the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (PARC).
So I just want to say thank you Larry for Control + X, Control + C and Control + V.
Follow this link to learn more about using the cut, copy and paste shortcuts.
And thank you Larry for Control + F and Control + H.
Follow this link to learn more about using the find and replace shortcuts.

  1. Teddy Heinrich (Teresa)
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    Thank you for that, it actually makes all this faceless computer work, more personal, and I appreciate
    that you have recognized him for his contribution. Teddy Heinrich

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