if I'm reading this right, copy and paste was invented by "a newly hired secretary"? https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/20/technology/lawrence-tesler-dead.html
"At Xerox PARC, his first breakthrough came when he took a newly hired secretary, sat her in front of a blank computer monitor and took notes while she described how she would prefer to compose documents with a computer. She proceeded to describe a very simple system, which Mr. Tesler then implemented with Mr. Mott."
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