last-lecture.jpgA Carnegie Mellon University computer scientist whose ‘last lecture’ about facing terminal cancer became an Internet sensation and a best-selling book, died Friday at the age of 47, but ‘s inspiring message lives on. (See also the September, 2007 GNN video:  Rapidly Dying 47-Year-Old Professor Gives Exuberant ‘Last Lecture’
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  1. Randy Pausch’s “Last Lecture” is one of the most inspiring talks I have ever seen. He really puts things in perspective and teaches people how to live their lives with joy and enthusiasm. There is also a second lecture that he did on Time Management and achieving your childhood dreams.
    He will be an inspiration to people for years to come. He has left a wonderful legacy for his family
    Mo2vated – of

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