I've been following the story of computer science professor, Randy Pausch, and his battle with pancreatic cancer since I first saw the segment about his last lecture at Carnegie Mellon University on the news. Although I've never met him, I found myself wiping away tears today as I read the news of his passing. I read his book, and it really touched me--it's basic lessons serving as a reminder about what really matters in life.
Last lecture professor dies of cancer
Randy Pausch, famed for his life-affirming message, passes at 47from the Associated Press
PITTSBURGH - Randy Pausch, a computer science professor whose "last lecture" about facing terminal cancer became an Internet sensation and a best-selling book, has died. He was 47.
Pausch died early Friday at his home in Virginia, said Anne Watzman, a spokeswoman for Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh where he worked. Pausch and his family moved there last fall to be closer to his wife's relatives.To read the rest of the article, click here.
May Randy rest in peace.