Who Owns the Modern Cut and Paste
I didn’t realize until just now that the ubiquitous ‘box’ is, like an updated cut and paste function. And that it might be proprietary, and less ubiquitous. Cut and paste is so generic, so part of every writer and computer users’ life that its origins are obscure to me, and this function now belong to everyone. It (cut-paste) is like Kleenex is to tissues, or jpeg is to digital pictures, or the chicken is to the egg.
Mini-USB or Lightning with your meal?