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      Which of the following was not one of Randy's childhood dreams?
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      • Being in zero gravity

      • Playing in the National Football League

      • Authoring an article in the World Book Encyclopedia

      • Joining the Circus

      • Being Captain Kirk

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      1. Which of the following was not one of Randy's childhood dreams?
        1. Being in zero gravity
        2. Playing in the National Football League
        3. Authoring an article in the World Book Encyclopedia
        4. Joining the Circus
        5. Being Captain Kirk
        1. Joining the circus was not one of Randy's childhood dreams.

      2. What year did Randy earn his Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon?
        1. 1985
        2. 1992
        3. 1988
        4. 1982
        1. Randy earned his Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon 1988.
      3. Define ''head fake''
        1. Teaching something by having them think they're learning something else
        2. Teaching something by reading and text memorization
        3. Teaching by having the student do daily oral presentations
        4. Teaching by action examples
        1. A head-fake, Dr. Pausch explained, occurs when someone is taught a deeper lesson under the pretense of learning something simple. For example; when a high school football player learns determination, teamwork, and perseverance while seeming to learn a proper three-point stance.
      4. Who was Randy's partner in founding the Entertainment Technology Center?
        1. Indira Nair
        2. Don Marinelli
        3. Steve Seabolt
        4. Jon Snoody
        1. Randy founded Entertainment Technology Center With Don Marinelli, which quickly became the gold standard organization fortraining artists and engineers to work together.
      5. What is the name of the course that Randy created at CMU?
        1. Worlds in 3D
        2. Edutainment Today
        3. Building Virtual Worlds
        4. Imagine or Real
        1. Building Virtual Worlds (BVW) is a project course, where interdisciplinary teams build desktop and immersive (helmet-based) interactive virtual worlds. Randy created it for CMU.
      6. Select Dr. Pausch's ''brick wall metaphor''
        1. 'Brick walls are there to let us prove how badly we want things'
        2. 'Brick walls are there to let us overcome obstacles'
        3. 'Brick walls are there and will they will never go away'
        4. 'Brick walls are like lego -- move or rebuild them'
        1. In his lecture, Dr. Pausch had said, ''Brick walls are there for a reason. They let us prove how badly we want things.'' Scores of Web sites now feature those words. Rabbis and ministers shared his brick-wall metaphor their sermons.

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