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Tag Archives: Randy Pausch
While the presentation is not as slick as the recent Google Glass idea, the concepts behind “Touché” by Disney Research Pittsburgh could be equally as revolutionary. In fact, the two products working together make what was science fiction now very … Continue reading
The Walt Disney Company has announced the creation of the Disney Memorial Pausch Fellowship at Carnegie Mellon University in recognition of the passion and energy Dr. Randy Pausch brought to his work at both Carnegie Mellon and Walt Disney Imagineering. … Continue reading
When I first saw the video of Randy Pausch’s “Last Lecture” entitled Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams, I was doubly impacted, not just because we shared a dream, become an Imagineer, but because his work has made an incredible impact … Continue reading
There were a lot of things I wanted to talk about tonight, but none of that is as important as you finding 70 minutes of time to watch this video or $14 to buy this book and learn a few … Continue reading