Interview with 'The Last Lecture' Co-writer Jeffrey Zaslow
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Interview with 'The Last Lecture' Co-writer Jeffrey Zaslow

Randy Pausch, the Carnegie Mellon professor who became a YouTube phenomenon with his "Last Lecture," died Friday of complications from pancreatic cancer. Washingtonpost.com's Rocci Fisch spoke with Wall Street Journal reporter/author Jeffrey Zaslow, who co-wrote "The Last Lecture" with Pausch, about his life and philosophy. Audio by Rocci Fisch/washingtonpost.com

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