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Randy Pausch

Date de naissance: 23. octobre 1960
Date de décès: 25. juillet 2008

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Randolph Frederick Pausch dit Randy Pusch est un professeur d'informatique américain, spécialiste de l'interface homme-machine et des mondes virtuels qui a enseigné à la Carnegie Mellon University de Pittsburgh, en Pennsylvanie. Également auteur de plusieurs livres, il s'est fait connaître pour sa « dernière conférence » donnée le 18 septembre 2007 à Carnegie Mellon.

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Citations Randy Pausch

„I think he's absolutely right on that one.“

—  Randy Pausch, livre The Last Lecture
The Last Lecture (2007), Context: Wait long enough and people will surprise and impress you. He said, when you are pissed off at somebody, and you're angry at them, you just haven't given them enough time. Just give them a little more time — and they'll almost always impress you. And that really stuck with me. I think he's absolutely right on that one. When Pausch spoke of "when you’re screwing up and nobody’s saying anything to you anymore, that means they gaveup." he was quoting Jon Snoddy http://www.snoddy.net/

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„Wait long enough and people will surprise and impress you.“

—  Randy Pausch, livre The Last Lecture
The Last Lecture (2007), Context: Wait long enough and people will surprise and impress you. He said, when you are pissed off at somebody, and you're angry at them, you just haven't given them enough time. Just give them a little more time — and they'll almost always impress you. And that really stuck with me. I think he's absolutely right on that one. When Pausch spoke of "when you’re screwing up and nobody’s saying anything to you anymore, that means they gaveup." he was quoting Jon Snoddy http://www.snoddy.net/

„You obviously don't know where the bar should be, and you're only going to do a disservice by putting it anywhere.“

—  Randy Pausch, livre The Last Lecture
The Last Lecture (2007), Context: What he said was: "You obviously don't know where the bar should be, and you're only going to do a disservice by putting it anywhere." And boy was that good advice. Because what he said was, you obviously don’t know where the bar should be, and you’re only going to do them a disservice by putting it anywhere. When Pausch spoke of "You obviously don't know where the bar should be, and you're only going to do a disservice by putting it anywhere." he was quoting the advice of Andries van Dam on challenging his students after they already completed excellent performances on their first two week assignment.

„Failing to plan is planning to fail.“

—  Randy Pausch
Time Management (2007), Context: Failing to plan is planning to fail. Plan Each Day, Each Week, Each Semester. You can always change your plan, but only once you have one!

„And these are the kind of things that I think everybody ought to be doing. Helping others.“

—  Randy Pausch, livre The Last Lecture
The Last Lecture (2007), Context: My dad was so full of life, anything with him was an adventure. [Shows picture of his Dad holding a brown paper bag] I don’t know what’s in that bag, but I know it’s cool. My dad dressed up as Santa Claus, but he also did very, very significant things to help lots of people. This is a dormitory in Thailand that my mom and dad underwrote. And every year about 30 students get to go to school who wouldn’t have otherwise. This is something my wife and I have also been involved in heavily. And these are the kind of things that I think everybody ought to be doing. Helping others.

„We don't beat the reaper by living longer, but by living well, and living fully — for the reaper will come for all of us. The question is: what do we do between the time we're born and the time he shows up.“

—  Randy Pausch
CMU Graduation speech (2008), Context: We don't beat the reaper by living longer, but by living well, and living fully — for the reaper will come for all of us. The question is: what do we do between the time we're born and the time he shows up. Because when he shows up, it’s too late to do all the things that you’re always gonna, kinda get around to.

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„It is not the things we do in life that we regret on our death bed. It is the things we do not.“

—  Randy Pausch
CMU Graduation speech (2008), Context: It is not the things we do in life that we regret on our death bed. It is the things we do not. I assure you I've done a lot of really stupid things, and none of them bother me. All the mistakes, and all the dopey things, and all the times I was embarrassed — they don't matter. What matters is that I can kind of look back and say: Pretty much any time I got chance to do something cool I tried to grab for it — and that's where my solace comes from.

„My dad was so full of life, anything with him was an adventure.“

—  Randy Pausch, livre The Last Lecture
The Last Lecture (2007), Context: My dad was so full of life, anything with him was an adventure. [Shows picture of his Dad holding a brown paper bag] I don’t know what’s in that bag, but I know it’s cool. My dad dressed up as Santa Claus, but he also did very, very significant things to help lots of people. This is a dormitory in Thailand that my mom and dad underwrote. And every year about 30 students get to go to school who wouldn’t have otherwise. This is something my wife and I have also been involved in heavily. And these are the kind of things that I think everybody ought to be doing. Helping others.

„And as you get older you may find that enabling-the-dreams-of-others thing is even more fun.“

—  Randy Pausch, livre The Last Lecture
The Last Lecture (2007), Context: So what is today's talk about then? It's about my childhood dreams and how I've achieved them — I've been very fortunate that way; how I believe I've been able to enable the dreams of others, and to some degree, lessons learned: I'm a professor — there should be some lessons learned — and how you can use the stuff you hear today to enable your dreams or enable the dreams of others. And as you get older you may find that enabling-the-dreams-of-others thing is even more fun.

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