The "Final" lecture from a great professor

"Last lecture" is a common title for talks on college campuses today. Top professors are asked to think deeply about what matters to them and to give hypothetical final talks. For the audience, the question is this: What would we impart to the world if we knew it was our last chance?

At Carnegie Mellon, however, Dr. Pausch's speech was more than just an academic exercise. The 46-year-old father of three has pancreatic cancer and expects to live for just a few months. His lecture, using images on a giant screen, turned out to be a rollicking and riveting journey through the lessons of his life.

The full version is here. Youtube has partitioned it here.


    Life is so short...

    คิดถึงมังคุด... >_<