Today marks the death of renowned computer scientist Larry Tesler aged 74. In the 1960s, Larry worked in Silicon Valley where he came up with the commands to find & replace, cut, copy and paste data, simplifying the use of computers and revolutionising the technology. These commands were first tried on Apple computers in 1983 and superseded the more complex and time-consuming computer modes. Mr. Tesler had worked for many notable firms included Xerox, Apple and Amazon. His work will continue to live on.