Richard Anderson, Jon Kolko
Near the end of this issue is a piece by Keith Instone and Fred Sampson that marks the passing of Randy Pausch. Jon had the good fortune of taking one of Randy's classes during his junior year at Carnegie Mellon, and while individual lectures may now be forgotten, the dramatic influence and impression of Randy's passion is forever lasting. Randy's contributions to design, entertainment, and education are phenomenal, and the personal impact he had on students and colleagues, and eventually on millions around the globe, indicates the substantive and often unpredictable influence that our ideas, creations, and pursuits can…
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