Friday, July 25, 2008

Randy Pausch : An Enduring Legacy - Carnegie Mellon University

I don't usually blog about other people, but I am going to make an exception. The name Randy Pausch might not mean a whole lot to you. He is the professor of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University who gave the famous "last lecture". He passed away earlier today after battling pancreatic cancer for about a year.

If you haven't watched his lecture, I urge you to watch it. It might not affect you in the way it affected me, but I am sure it will make you approach life with renewed perspective. His obituary and other links to the lecture may be found at the link below.

An Enduring Legacy - Carnegie Mellon University

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I am an Informatics Specialist, involved in analysis and visualization of biological and clinical data. Photography is what I do in my spare time. I live in Cambridge, MA.

This blog is the medium to showcase one photo per post from what I shoot. I will try to do post one a day!


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