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Pausch died of complications from pancreatic cancer on July 25, 2008.
After graduating from Oakland Mills High School in Columbia, Pausch received his bachelor's degree in computer science from Brown University in May 1982 and his Ph. in computer science from Carnegie Mellon University in August 1988.
He was told in August 2007 to expect a remaining three to six months of good health.
He soon moved his family to Chesapeake, Virginia, to be close to his wife's family.
I've always believed that if you took one tenth the energy you put into complaining and applied it to solving the problem, you'd be surprised by how well things can work out.
We don't beat the reaper by living longer, but by living well, and living fully — for the reaper will come for all of us.
me: "but these are my personal notes - I didn't type in everything - some stuff I already knew" van Dam:"its OK.
When he graduated, he asked for them and read them in detail to review his career as a student from my perspective.
It is still one of the most insightful requests I've ever received from a student.
Randy Pausch (October 23, 1960 – July 25, 2008) was a Professor of Computer Science, Human-Computer Interaction, and Design at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States and a best-selling author, who achieved worldwide fame for his speech The Last Lecture at Carnegie Mellon University, after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and having only a few months to live.
Too many people go through life complaining about their problems.
Soon, though, Randy would also seek me out and ask for my notes every time I was in the audience during one of his lectures.