The Last Lecture By Randy Pausch And Jeffrey Zaslow

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Best-selling author Jeffrey Zaslow was killed Friday when he. It was inspired by Carnegie Mellon University professor Randy Pausch’s "last lecture" of his life’s lessons. Pausch died in 2008.

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