On the surface, 27-year-old Bill Zeller was on track for a life of success and content. He was a popular fifth-year doctoral student in Princeton’s computer science program and had already made headlines for creating software programs such as MyTunes and Graph your Inbox. But in the early morning hours of January 2nd, Zeller posted a 4000-word suicide note on his website and then attempted to hang himself. He died three days later after being taken off life support. Read the full article here.