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Randy Pausch, a very popular and loved Carnegie Mellon University professor, gives a very inspirational lecture, to adults and to kids, after he learns that he has pancreatic cancer and he only has a few months to live. The lecture was given on Sept. 2007 and he passed away on July 25th, 2008.

 

Randy Pausch's interveiw on CBS (first part): Transcrip of Randy Pausch's intervew by Steve Hartman from CBS nightly news in 2007.

Randy Pausch's interview on CBS (second part):   Transcrip of Randy Pausch's interview by Steve Hartman from CBS nightly news in 2007. 

Diane Sawyer interviews Randy Pausch on 20/20:  Randy Pausch and his wife are interviewed throughout his battle with pancreatic cancer.

Randy Pausch's Last Lecture (short version-1h 16min): Randy's Last Lecture wihtout the introduction.

Randy Pausch's Last Lecture (long version-1h 44min): Randy's Last Lecture with the introduction and speakers after it.

Randy Pausch on Oprah   The Short Version of The Original One. Not nearly as good, but still worth it.

The Last Lecture (audio book): The book The Last Lecture in a audio format.

Randy's Home page   Randy Pausch's home page.

Remembering Randy Pausch: Carnegie Mellon remembers Randy Pausch after he passed.

Time Management: A lecture by Randy Pausch on time management.

Alice   Alice is a program (created mainly for girls, but it is used by anyone) to create virtual reality worlds "the easy way" without knowing computer programming.  You can download it anytime and have fun creating your own "worlds".  This was created by one of Andy's students.