The Last Lecture

The Last Lecture Ebook The Last Lecture Author Randy Pausch Viagraonl1ne.us Based On The Extraordinary Final Lecture By Carnegie Mellon University Professor Randy Pausch, Given After He Discovered He Had Pancreatic Cancer, This Moving Book Goes Beyond The Now Famous Lecture To Inspire Readers To Live Each Day With Purpose And Joy Photos Of Randy And His Family And Friends Are Included.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 217 pages
  • The Last Lecture
  • Randy Pausch
  • English
  • 16 July 2018

10 thoughts on “The Last Lecture

  1. says:

    I sat down to write my review of The Last Lecture on Friday July 25th Before I started to write, I decided to check Randy Pausch s website for any updates on his condition He had died that morning at the age of 47 The book, and the lecture itself, now take on new meaning.For those who aren t aware, Randy Pausch was a computer science professor at Carnegie Mellon University The university has a tradition of inviting professors to give a lecture where they pretend that it is their last chanc I sat down to write my review of The Last Lecture on Friday July 25th Before I started to write, I decided to check Randy Pausch s website for any updates on his condition He had died that morning at the age of 47 The book, and the lecture itself, now take on new meaning.For those who aren t aware, Randy Pausch was a computer science professor at Carnegie Mellon University The university has a tradition of inviting professors to give a lecture where they pretend that it is their last chance ever to talk to their students What woul...

  2. says:

    My review of this book will not be popular, but I must be honest I m halfway through this book, and although I appreciate a positive voice, it s really not that interesting or helpful If I could sum up this book in three words, they would be yay for me The author tells us how great his childhood was, then that he accomplished all his childhood dreams, got the girl of his dreamsetc etc etc It s really not a book how to better your own life, as much as it him telling us how great his life My review of this book will not be popular, but I must be honest I m halfway through this book, and although I appreciate a positive voice, it s really not that interesting or helpful If I could sum...

  3. says:

    While this man has a 5 star attitude, I can only give the book two yeah, everyone is raving about this guy Five star attitude the author gets diagnosed with terminal cancer He refers to this as an engineering problem understated and true has 3 6 months to live, tops Has 3 small children ages 6 and unde...

  4. says:

    The Last Lecture is Randy Pausch s last hurrah a final note to the world and his family about how to live, love and let go It is beautiful.I think that we re all here for a reason and have stories to tell How fortunate for us all that Randy had the time and ability to tell his particular story.I recommend this book for fans of memoirs, computer engineering and heart ...

  5. says:

    No doubt Randy Pausch was a nice guy But this book is smarmy, self indulgent crap which is ok given the circumstances under which he gave this lecture But it is not worth reading.This is typical 1980 s individualistic, unreflective advise on how to succeed in life Alas, Professor Pausch does not realize that he was born white, male, middle income, in exactly the time in the 20th century where he could avoid confronting WWI, WWII, the depression, Korea, Vietnam, urban riots of the...

  6. says:

    The Last Lecture, literally, for a professor with a terminal illness Taken from a speech that he wanted to impart to his students, family, friends, really everyone as he came to grips with his condition.This is about as emotionally charged and spiritually powerful as you may expect, the author is exploring territory that we all face, but he was at the edge of existence when he put this together Randy Pausch was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and had months to live, from this perspective he The Last Lecture, literally, for a professor with a terminal illness Taken from a speech that he wanted to impart to his students, family, friends, really everyone as he came to grips with hi...

  7. says:

    I think this was one of those books where knowing the criticisms before starting it ultimately upped my enjoyment factor Randy Pausch, the author, was one of those people who became wildly popular in 2008 thanks to the internet He was a popular professor at Carnegie Mellon and was invited to give a last lecture , a tradition of sorts where a prof...

  8. says:

    I was first introduced to Mr Pausch while watching the Oprah show in the fall My father in law was in the hospital at the time, fighting melanoma that had metastacized to his lungs Simply stated, I stopped folding clothes and cried so hard during that show Soon after, the emails began to circulate with links to the last lecture on utube and I watched every link I got and cried evenI read all the internet articles and was touched every time When I saw the book was coming out, I jump I was first introduced to Mr Pausch while watching the Oprah show in the fall My father in law was in the hospital at the time, fighting melanoma that had metastacized to his lungs Simply stated, I stopped folding clothes and cried so hard during that show Soon after, the emails began to circulate with links to the last lecture on utube and I watched every link I got and cried evenI read all the internet articles and was touched every time When I saw the book was coming out, I jumped on board and knew I had to read it I never knew how emotional this book would be for me The day August 15, 2007 Randy Pausch got the devistating news that his cancer had spread and there was nothing the doctors could do any, is the same day that we arrived at MD Anderson with my father in law, knowing things were not right I came across this in the book and had to put it down for days This was just hitting too close to home fo...

  9. says:

    It s hard to criticize a dying man I think this is a great book for his wife, family, children, and friends to read, and although it has some good life lessons that are not revolutionary but do need repeating from time to time, this book is not well written At points while I was reading I found myself actually disliking Pausch and his way of presenting himself, but then I realized that this would perhaps make me a horrible person Maybe I am I very much prefer Tuesdays With Morrie for a simil It s hard to criticize a dying man I think this is a great book for his wife, family, children, and friends to read, and although it has some good life lessons that are not revolutionary but do need repeating from time to time, this book is not well written At points while I was reading I found myself actually disliking Pausch and his way of presenting himself, but then I realized that this would perhaps make me a horrible person Maybe I am I very m...

  10. says:

    THIS BOOK BLEW ME AWAY Yeah I really won t be able to give a coherent review.Suffice to say that this is human beings at their best You might not agree with all of Randy s lessons, but he tells you from the get go that this is what he thinks and he did it all for his kids.Towards the end I cried because there really isn t another word to describe the whole thing but genuine The book was published when he was still alive, but I read it when he had already passed away so it was evenhear THIS BOOK BLEW ME AWAY Yeah I really won t be able to give a coherent review.Suffice to say that this is human beings at their best You might not agree with all of Randy s lessons, but he tells you from the get go that this is what he thinks and he did it all for hi...

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