A Última Aula

A ltima Aula A sua palestra inspirou milh es de pessoas Agora j pode conhecer a hist ria que est a mudar muitas vidas Quando Randy Pausch professor de Ci ncia Computacional na Carnegie Mellon University apresent

  • Title: A Última Aula
  • Author: Randy Pausch Jeffrey Zaslow Luís Santos
  • ISBN: 9789722339575
  • Page: 482
  • Format: Paperback
  • A sua palestra inspirou milh es de pessoas Agora j pode conhecer a hist ria que est a mudar muitas vidas.Quando Randy Pausch, professor de Ci ncia Computacional na Carnegie Mellon University, apresentou a sua pr pria ltima Aula, tinha 46 anos e um grav ssimo cancro do p ncreas Por isso n o lhe foi necess rio fazer um grande esfor o para se imaginar na situa o RandyA sua palestra inspirou milh es de pessoas Agora j pode conhecer a hist ria que est a mudar muitas vidas.Quando Randy Pausch, professor de Ci ncia Computacional na Carnegie Mellon University, apresentou a sua pr pria ltima Aula, tinha 46 anos e um grav ssimo cancro do p ncreas Por isso n o lhe foi necess rio fazer um grande esfor o para se imaginar na situa o Randy Pausch estava decidido a viver da melhor maneira o tempo que lhe restava e considerou que aquela oportunidade podia ser nica para deixar aos filhos de tenra idade uma imagem positiva do homem que ele profundamente Ent o, em Setembro de 2007, apresentou a palestra que intitulou Conquistar os nossos sonhos de inf ncia A ltima Aula de Pausch transmite uma contagiante energia, intelig ncia e sentido de humor Foi na realidade uma li o de Vida que est a ser, agora em livro, e permanecer , uma fonte de inspira o para milh es de pessoas.

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    • Randy Pausch Jeffrey Zaslow Luís Santos

      I am flattered and embarassed by all the recent attention to my Last Lecture I am told that, including abridged versions, over six million people have viewed the lecture online The lecture really was for my kids, but if others are finding value in it, that is wonderful But rest assured I m hardly unique Send your kids to Carnegie Mellon and the other professors here will teach them valuable life lessons long after I m gone RandyRandy Pausch was a Professor of Computer Science, Human Computer Interaction, and Design at Carnegie Mellon University CMU in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States and a best selling author, who achieved worldwide fame for his The Last Lecture speech on September 18, 2007 at Carnegie Mellon University.In August 2006, Pausch was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer He pursued a very aggressive cancer treatment that included Whipple procedure surgery and experimental chemotherapy however, in August 2007, he was told the cancer had metastasized to his liver and spleen, which meant it was terminal He then started palliative chemotherapy, intended to extend his life as long as possible At that time, doctors estimated he would remain healthy for another three to six months On May 2, 2008, a PET scan showed that his cancer had spread to his lungs, some lymph nodes in his chest and that he had some metastases in his peritoneum and retroperitoneum.On June 26, 2008, Pausch indicated that he was considering stopping further chemotherapy because of the potential adverse side effects He was, however, considering some immuno therapy based approaches.On July 24, 2008, on behalf of Pausch, his friend anonymous posted a message on Pausch s webpage indicating cancer progression further than what was expected from recent PET scans and Pausch becoming sick than ever It was announced that his family had sent him into a hospice program palliative care to those at the end of life.On July 25, 2008, Diane Sawyer announced on Good Morning America that Pausch had died earlier that morning.



    610 thoughts on “A Última Aula

    • I sat down to write my review of “The Last Lecture” on Friday July 25th. Before I started to write, I decided to check Randy Pausch's website for any updates on his condition. He had died that morning at the age of 47. The book, and the lecture itself, now take on new meaning.For those who aren't aware, Randy Pausch was a computer science professor at Carnegie Mellon University. The university has a tradition of inviting professors to give a lecture where they pretend that it is their last c [...]


    • My review of this book will not be popular, but I must be honest. I'm halfway through this book, and although I appreciate a positive voice, it's really not that interesting or helpful. If I could sum up this book in three words, they would be "yay for me". The author tells us how great his childhood was, then that he accomplished all his childhood dreams, got the girl of his dreamsc etc etc. It's really not a book how to better your own life, as much as it him telling us how great his life has [...]


    • While this man has a 5-star attitude, I can only give the book two. yeah, everyone is raving about this guy Five star attitude the author gets diagnosed with terminal cancer. He refers to this as "an engineering problem" (understated and true) has 3-6 months to live, tops. Has 3 small children (ages 6 and under)who will never know him. he was scheduled to give a "last lecture", ya know, how to live your life as if you were dying (irony) and he writes it in such a way that it's a celebration of h [...]


    • The Last Lecture is Randy Pausch's last hurrah- a final note to the world and his family about how to live, love and let go. It is beautiful.I think that we're all here for a reason and have stories to tell. How fortunate for us all that Randy had the time and ability to tell his particular story.I recommend this book for fans of memoirs, computer engineering and heart-felt narratives. I listened to the audiobook and it was excellent.Then, once I finished the book, I looked up Randy's actual las [...]


    • No doubt Randy Pausch was a nice guy. But this book is smarmy, self-indulgent crap--which is ok given the circumstances under which he gave this lecture. But it is not worth reading.This is typical 1980's individualistic, unreflective advise on how to succeed in life. Alas, Professor Pausch does not realize that he was born white, male, middle income, in exactly the time in the 20th century where he could avoid confronting WWI, WWII, the depression, Korea, Vietnam, urban riots of the 1960's, the [...]


    • The Last Lecture, literally, for a professor with a terminal illness. Taken from a speech that he wanted to impart to his students, family, friends, - really everyone as he came to grips with his condition.This is about as emotionally charged and spiritually powerful as you may expect, the author is exploring territory that we all face, but he was at the edge of existence when he put this together. Randy Pausch was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and had months to live, from this perspective he [...]


    • I think this was one of those books where knowing the criticisms before starting it ultimately upped my enjoyment factor. Randy Pausch, the author, was one of those people who became wildly popular in 2008 thanks to the internet. He was a popular professor at Carnegie Mellon and was invited to give a “last lecture”, a tradition of sorts where a professor is urged to give a specially prepared lecture as though it were the last s/he were to ever give. And so they are encouraged to break down a [...]


    • I was first "introduced" to Mr. Pausch while watching the Oprah show in the fall. My father in law was in the hospital at the time, fighting melanoma that had metastacized to his lungs. Simply stated, I stopped folding clothes and cried so hard during that show. Soon after, the emails began to circulate with links to the last lecture on utube and I watched every link I got and cried even more. I read all the internet articles and was touched every time. When I saw the book was coming out, I jump [...]


    • It's hard to criticize a dying man. I think this is a great book for his wife, family, children, and friends to read, and although it has some good life lessons that are not revolutionary but do need repeating from time to time, this book is not well written. At points while I was reading I found myself actually disliking Pausch and his way of presenting himself, but then I realized that this would perhaps make me a horrible person. Maybe I am. I very much prefer Tuesdays With Morrie for a simil [...]


    • THIS BOOK BLEW ME AWAY!!! Yeah I really won't be able to give a coherent review.Suffice to say that this is human beings at their best. You might not agree with all of Randy's lessons, but he tells you from the get go that this is what he thinks and he did it all for his kids.Towards the end I cried because there really isn't another word to describe the whole thing but genuine. The book was published when he was still alive, but I read it when he had already passed away so it was even more hear [...]


    • I am writing this review with barely 4 hours to go before 2013. I picked this book up to inspire me to face another year. I learned about this book when I took our company-mandated safety leadership training last month. Our corporate safety manager talked highly of this as he related Randy Pausch's very personal experience with what one person's ultimate objective in life, i.e what should really matter to each of us in the training room.For those who are not familiar with this 2008 bestselling b [...]


    • کتاب فوق العاده ای بود، مجموعه آخرین سخنرانی رندی پاوش استاد دانشگاه کارنگی ملون که در سن 47 سالگی متوجه می شه که یک سرطان کشنده داره و 6 ماهی رو بیشتر زنده نیست. آخرین سخنرانی مجموعه حرفه های او هست که در کنفرانسی در دانشگاه بیان می کنه که یک مجموعه ی عالی از خرد، دانش، و تجربه ه [...]


    • I couldn't bring myself to finish this book. Perhaps the author's buildup to the ultimate last lecture raised my expectations too high, but I found myself working hard to try to maintain interest as I plowed through a series of anecdotes and trite observations. I suspect I would have enjoyed the book more if he had simply written about his work at the university, but I did not feel a connection to the author, despite his obvious courage in the face of a terminal illness. I suppose a reader can't [...]


    • لا أقول أن " راندي بوتش " قد أحسن الوصف أجمل من باولو كويلو في " فيرونيكا تقرر الموت " لكنه كتب لا كروائي " كحال باولو " بل كحال إنسان يعيش الواقع في لحظاته الأخيرة !حين قرأت وصية بقراءة كتاب المحاضرة الأخيرة بادرت للشراء لثقتي بذوق من وصاني باقتنائه والحق أنني وجدته أجمل مما تو [...]


    • I'm appending this with the review I wrote for my paper: post-gazette/pg/08097/I read this because I am doing continuing coverage on the author, a Carnegie Mellon University professor who is dying of pancreatic cancer and who gave a last lecture that has been viewed on the Web by more than 6 million folks.For what it is -- essentially an expanded version of the lecture about his life story and his advice on how to live a fulfilling life which can all be read in a sitting -- it is very good.It's [...]


    • It may be that I am particularly sensitive to certain topics, but I didn't enjoy this book. I realize that the author is trying to cram all that he has found to be important in life in 200 pages, which is automatically going to make it seem preachy. Maybe it's that I didn't like what he was preaching. He spent too much time encouraging people to scale brick walls on the paths to their dreams. Then he started describing other people as brick walls and he lost me. Sometimes no means no, and bounda [...]


    • This book grew out of the desperation of a computer professor, when he discovered that he had terminal cancer, and he wanted absolutely to leave a manual of guidance for his little kids. It's this fact about this book that drew me, because, in terms of parental guidance, I haven't been one of the lucky ones.I was surprised by the vividness and vivacity of the writing. The pages kept turning as if by themselves, and I was disappointed that the book ran out so soon.Authentic and practical wisdoms [...]



    • WOW!!This book is right up my alley in my latest/favorite reads or movies watched; Animal, Plant, Vegetable (Barbara Kingslover), Into The Wild (movie), and now The Last Lecture.The book is about Randy Pausch, also the author, who is diagnosed with terminal cancer and has 3-6 months to live. With that information, he decides to take part in writing a Last Lecture for Carnegie Mellon, where he is a professor. After much thought, he decides to write about "living". About what he is leaving his 3 v [...]


    • "so many will get the chance to say goodbye,BUT It's never too late to think of the value of your life " Randy was trying to tell us that , and he did it in a great way !It was more than a lecture ! and it's not fair to write a review about this great work Actually it was an every day's lecture I was completely in , I cried with him and laughed with him, I was amazed by his courage, faith and pride , I liked how he decided to help his wife in raising the kids after his death .he was a great fat [...]


    • I enjoyed watching his last lecture, which was extremely touching, but reading this book was even more touching. I actually teared up numerous times while reading it.As far as I'm concerned, this guy is a hero. He was happy, and yet he achieved so much. He was diagnosed with cancer, and instead of just letting it put him down, it was a motive for him to leave this last lecture, a lasting legacy.I do recommend that everyone read this book.


    • I will probably burn in hell--well, okay, suffer a few extra millenia in purgatory, maybe--for only giving this book two stars. It's one of the top gift books of 2008, if you didn't yet view "The Last Lecture" on YouTube you probably heard about it via Oprah or friends or co-workers: a talented computer science prof at Carnegie Mellon with three adorable little toddlers and a loving wife learns he has pancreatic cancer and about six months to live, so he gives a farewell lecture to his students, [...]


    • دکتر رندی پوش استاد برجسته ی علوم کامپیوتر دانشگاه کارنگی ملون ، زمانی که متوجه می شود به سرطان لوزالمعده -که از بدترین و کشنده ترین انواع سرطان است- مبتلا شده و تنها چند ماه به پایان زندگی اش باقی مانده. تصمیم میگیره سخنرانی ای ترتیب بده تا به قول خودش حرف ها و درس های زندگی رو [...]


    • A little bit cocky, irritating and smug but an easy read. Quite possibly overhyped. I kind of felt like he presented his life lessons as if they were grand revelations, unheard of and earth shattering but I found myself struggling to see the sense in some of them. Keep $200 in my wallet? With the frequency that I lose my purse and my inability to even keep a $200 float in my bank account not likely to happen. Besides, he didn't really follow through with the whole childhood dreams thing. I mea [...]


    • من أي نوع هي أسرتك؟قد يتبادر هذا السؤال على ذهنك بعد قراءة كتاب “المحاضرة الأخيرة” لـ راندي بوتش، البروفيسور في علوم الحاسب والبرمجة في جامعة كارنيجي ميلون الذي رحل عن عالمنا في يوليو 2008 بعد إصابته بسرطان البنكرياس الذي انتشر في جسمه وأمهله أشهراً قليلة ليحدثنا فيها عن حيا [...]


    • Excellent book about how a man dying of cancer approaches the last few months of his life. He has a wife and three young children, and wants to leave something for them and his former students to remember him by (his "Last Lecture). His book talks about his thoughts about this and his last few months with his family.


    • I arrived late to the parade -- sadly, the first I ever heard of Randy Pausch was when his obit ran on CNN late last month. The bulk of the story centered around the "last lecture" that made him famous well beyond the halls of the universities where he taught and in the scientific realm.A few nights later, a guy who took the seat next to me on the train home was reading the book Pausch and Jeffrey Zaslow put out based off his lecture. I gave it a few glances out of the corner of my eye and decid [...]


    • This was a great book with a lot of poignant insights. The best part about it, I feel, is that it led me to think about my own life and the things I value and have experienced. And most of all, it gives inspiration to live life more fully.


    • لأكون صريحة لم أتوقع أن يأثر فيَّ هذا الكتاب جداً ، ربما لأنني أظن أني متفائلة كفاية لأرى الجانب الممتلئ من الكأس لكن هذا الكتاب اخترق سقف توقعاتي ، قد لا تعنينا جميعاً أحلام راندي ولكن قوته وتفائله وعطاءه وثقته بنفسه وتحديه للمرض بتفائله الواقعي وتقبله للواقع هي مايدعونا ل [...]


    • Kamis kemarin, saya iseng pergi ke gramedia, niat hati sih mau beli Rolling Stone ama M2 edisi terbaru, sekalian cuci mata liat2 buku baru.Cara diet menurut golongan darah. Gak menarik…The secret bla bla bla. Kebanyakan rahasia, males ah…The last lecture, pesan terakhir pengidap kanker ganas yang mencuri perhatian dunia. Buku apa? Kaya pernah tau bapak ini…Sepertinya menarik, tergeraklah saya untuk mengambil buku ini, kebetulan ada satu buku yang terbuka bungkusnya lalu saya baca kata peng [...]


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