Born in Bronx, New York, on April 24, 1945. Larry Tesler was a very talented computer scientist, who was behind the many inventions of computers. The Computer scientist, worked with many companies, like Amazon, Apple, Xerox PARC, and Yahoo.
Larry Tesler at Xerox in 1973 created one of the best features of computers. He invented cut, copy, and paste, which made life easier for everyone using tech devices today. The genius, along with Tim Mott, was regarded as the most innovative minds years later after their invention.
“The inventor of cut/copy & paste, find & replace, and more, was former Xerox researcher Larry Tesler,” the company tweeted. “Your workday is easier thanks to his revolutionary ideas.”
Apart from cut, copy, and paste, Larry Tesler also made huge contributions to Apple’s Lisa and its graphical user interface. He was further promoted to VP of advanced technologies at Apple in 1986, and in 1933, he was further promoted to the chief scientist as well. Larry Tesler, also was an important asset of Apple during its development in the 80s and 90s. He also made huge contributions to Macintosh, Hypercard, MacApp, QuickTime, AppleScript, and a dozen other things.
Larry Tesler left apple in 1977 and found an educational company known as Stagecast Software. At the same time, he was also working at Amazon, Yahoo, and other technological new companies, before becoming a consultant in 2009. Larry Tesler was against modding, which was very common back in the 90s and early 2000s. He always spoke against Computers using modes, because they would make computer time-consuming and complicated. His website was called nomodes.com, his twitter was also @nomodes, and lastly, his card number plate was also “No Modes”.
Larry Tesler is an icon at Silicon Valley.
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