Re: ot. life

no one is going to respond to this thread because they wont want to admit they watched that ans teared up at the end.

Re: ot. life

If you have kids, there is no way you can watch the end of that and not tear up. Thanks Coco. Good advice from a good man.

Re: ot. life

a good vid. a good man. a good legacy.

thanks for posting this coco

Re: ot. life

it's too bad that he could study for eight years to get his Ph.D. without ever reading a single book worthy of mention in his final lecture, though

Re: ot. life

Please tell me that was meant to be sarcastic.

Re: ot. life

NO OPRA!

Re: ot. life

Randy Pausch died.

watch this again if you didnt the first time.

ride carefully everyone, and enjoy life

Re: ot. life

Thats so sad.

Re: ot. life

Opera or Oprah?

Re: ot. life

wow - yep, i'm teary.

Re: ot. life

that guy is awesome.

he is the bees knees

with a great out look on life.

damn. i got a little teary

Re: ot. life

i liked it, my favorite part was defining a apology, because no one i know knows how to say sorry.

~SABAT!

Re: ot. life

thanks for sharing that. The lecture was refreshing in its simple and matter of fact approach. It wasn't as abstract as discussions of this nature tend to be.

Also, what a beast.

Re: ot. life

The full version of Randy's lecture to his friends and students given at Carnegie Mellon is here... it's over an hour long.... but I found it incredibly worthwhile and time well spent!

And if you teared up at the Oprah Cliff notes version this may make you cry! :D

« Go to Topic — end of thread

Want to post in this forum? We'd love to have you join the discussion, but first:

Login or Create Account