When Chuck Norris is Chuck Norris, don't get in his way.
Scale buildings like a vacum-cleaning Spiderman with this suctioning backpack. The Personal Vacuum Assisted Climber was created by Utah State University's Ascending Aggies and was the winning device in the Air Force Research Laboratory Design Challenge. Not exactly stealth, but maybe after a few tweaks using their $100,000 prize money, the PVAC will be ready for covert ops before you know it.
A good pillow can be the difference between a night of restful sleep and a literal pain in the neck. The team at Casper knows this and designed a pillow that provides comfort and support regardless of your sleeping position. They've invented a unique pillow-in-pillow with a firm inner core and a soft outer shell. Thanks to the even fill distribution of silky fibers, the pillow won't lose its shape. It's also finished with breathable percale cotton to keep airflow moving and your pillow cool. It's even machine washable. Take advantage of the 100-night trial, and if you don't love it, Casper will give you a free refund.
Presented by Casper.
Fin is an on-demand assistant that mixes the best of human and machine intelligence to help you focus on what matters most. They're comprised of an entire team of great assistants that act like one person but are available to you 24 x 7 and help with vital things like meeting scheduling, booking travel, and emailing others on your behalf. You only pay for the time you use Fin, and it remembers your personal preferences so it can act as an extension of you. Fin has no vacations, sick days, breaks, or off hours and is always learning to make your experience better.
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Wellesley High School English teacher David McCullough Jr. blasts the graduation class of 2012 into reality with one of the most honest commencement speeches ever.