Creed Bratton on ‘The Office’ Finale: All Tied Up ‘With a Big, Mushy Bow’

Subscribe to the all-new Rolling Stone! Everything you need to know from the authority on music, entertainment, politics and pop culture. Few people have had a more bizarre career in the entertainment business than Creed Bratton. He broke big in 1967 as a member of the folk rock band the Grass Roots, playing guitar on huge hits like “Let’s Live for Today.” He quit the group two years later, and his career and life went into free-fall. By the Nineties he was supporting himself by taking catering gigs on the sets of B-movies. Everything changed in 2005 when he landed a supporting role on the American version of The Office, playing a mysterious, wildly immoral weirdo also named Creed Bratton. He never gave up on music, and this month he’s releasing Tell Me About It, a three-part “audio biography” about his crazy life of ups and downs. We sat down with Creed to talk about his music, his favorite memories from The Office and saying goodbye to the show that changed his life. What was it like shooting the last episode of The Office?We’d been working Saturdays and Sundays for two weeks to get this finale done. It was an epic shoot. We shot so much stuff. At 9 p.m. the wrap party already...

Instant UpRight has launched a range of low level electric-powered access platforms for the European and

Instant UpRight has launched a range of low level electric-powered access platforms for the European and Asian markets. The initial range of five electric models consists of the 6m MX1330 pusharound scissor lift, and the 6.4m MX1430 and 7.8m MX1930 electric scissor lifts. The 10m X2632 electric lift rounds out Instant UpRight’s new scissor lift offering, and the 12m ML3330 pusharound mast lift completes the initial platform range. Joe Oxley, Instant UpRight group managing director, said, “It is an exciting time at Instant UpRight as we diversify our product line. Initial interest in the new machine range has been high and we have already delivered the first few units which are out working and showing great results. “The company is no stranger to the AWP market and there is still a strong brand awareness present – the return of Instant UpRight blue machines presents us with an exciting challenge which is welcomed by the whole IU team.” Produced in conjunction with a Chinese manufacturing partner, Instant UpRight said it would evaluate and redesign the models as required to suit market demand, adding its own mark to a brand name that is still held dear by many in the indust...

101 gadgets you can’t live without: meet the ultimate in today’s lifestyle tech

What follows is a list of the absolutely best gadgets that, here at T3, we feel will help you live a smarter, better life today. From technology to help you commute and work, to gadgets that will allow you to better flex your creativity and artistic flair, and onto machines and systems that will entertain and amuse you during leisure times, these products are the best of the best, the crème de la crème of today’s most advanced tech offerings. Fancy yourself as the next superstar of drone racing? Earn your wings with this epic, pocket-friendly first-person race drone. A drone-mounted camera beams all the action to a smartphone, giving wannabe pilots a front-row seat and enabling more controlled, immersive flights. Propeller guards and a durable frame take the pain out of crashing, and auto take-off and landing let you focus on perfecting your G-force turns and barrel rolls. Imagine a world where you could convert any surface into a TV screen, connected games board, photo frame, DJ decks or phone screen. Xperia Touch makes that dream a reality. The portable, Android app-connected projector beams a 23- inch screen onto any fl at surface, ready for you to swipe, tap and scroll...

Charging Your Tesla Model 3 With Just A Wall Outlet

When purchasing an electric vehicle, the biggest worry for approximately 99% of the would-be owner base is range. Right? Or maybe it’s some charging concern. Like charging at home perhaps? We all live in different areas with different supercharging and/or public charging options available. To most, the readily available power source in your garage warrants the question: can you drive your Tesla Model 3 with charging from just your wall outlet? The short answer is yes. But there’s more to it. With different usages and commutes undertaken by owners each day, we’ll be concentrating on the median value that represents most Model 3 owners. Let’s say your daily commute is some 50 miles (80 kilometers). This represents a value of a distance from Long Beach to Downtown LA, Yonkers to Brooklyn, or for example, Starnberg to Munich. All of these represent routes that are easily trekked every day, they represent a healthy commute distance for upper-mid-level house incomes and a stable daily commute that doesn’t change in mileage or road gradient in any significant way. To most, this will be the maximum daily commute they undertake, while many will not travel ne...

1957 Ford Fairlane Is Ford As Far As The Eye Can See

We know, advertisements are annoying and slow down the internet. Unfortunately, this is how we pay the bills and our authors. We would love for you to enjoy our content, we’ve worked hard on providing it. Please whitelist our site in your adblocker, refresh the page, and enjoy! We know that Ford purists hate to see a Ford that is restomoded up to look good only to find out it has non-Ford power under the hood. This 1957 Ford Fairlane is a car for the purists. It’s not stock and has several modifications, but all of those modifications use Ford parts. Take under the hood as an example. The 1957 Ford Fairlane has a 4.6-liter V8 engine that was originally under the hood of an SVT Cobra Mustang. That 32-valve engine has a BBK intake and is paired up with a Tremec 5-speed manual transmission. The engine bay where the SVT V8 lives is clean and has the same black and red paint scheme that the body of the gorgeous car has. Acrylic Door Handle The Cobra engine looks right at home between the fenders of the Ford Fairlane. The car looks fantastic thanks to a Fatman front suspension with RideTech shocks. The rear is a 9-inch Ford, and the restomod ditched the leaf springs and went wi...

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This story was written in collaboration with Forbes Finds. Forbes Finds covers products and experiences we think you’ll love. Featured products are independently selected and linked to for your convenience. If you buy something using a link on this page, Forbes may receive a small share of that sale. Harnessing the power of the sun to charge up gadgets is one of my favorite tech hacks. After all, living in Florida, where the sun is actively trying to broil me 10 months out of the year, I feel like I should be able to yoke some of that raw potential.  Luckily, I’m not the only one that feels that way. If you want to take advantage of the Day Star to keep your tech going on the go, look no further than this list of the best solar-powered chargers.  One important note: Some of these power banks require you to purchase a solar panel separately from the battery, and I’m mostly okay with that. Solar panels generate heat. A lot of heat. Putting them on top of high-capacity batteries is what they call in the tech industry a “bad idea.” Goal Zero makes the most reliable, most versatile, power products on the market today. I’ve used their generators and solar panels for years and h...

From sharply tailored suits from beloved British brand, Bella Freud to disco-worthy clutches and earrings, here

From sharply tailored suits from beloved British brand, Bella Freud to disco-worthy clutches and earrings, here are some stylish selects for when you want to channel modish bygone days. ‘Spectre’ Dress by Eponine London: Fall in love with this vintage inspired dress, from the London-based bespoke fashion label, Eponine London. Drawing inspiration from the 195os and 1960s Eponine London combines elegance and quality fabrics to offer special pieces that are completely timeless. Be sure to also check out the ‘At the Castle Gate’ wool crepe mod suit. ‘Sima’ Lucite Clutch by LALA LÉXA: A clutch bag of all clutch bags, this one will transport you to the ‘70s and on the Studio54 dance floor. This lucite beauty, called ‘Sima’ is available in a range of shades from demure tobacco to vibrant fuchsia. Cruise Loafer in Black Croc by Dear Frances: Lovingly made in Lombardia, these classic loafers offer the best in Italian croc-effect leather. They’re hand-stitched and feature padded insoles making them comfortable as they are stylish. Cavalry Twill Saint James Jacket by Bella Freud: Taking inspiration from the modish elegance of the Mayfair Spiv, this British wool cavalry twill jacket has wi...

Custom Cattle Ear Tags, RFID Animal Tags, RFID Dog Tags and RFID Cow Tags Manufacturer

The earliest Livestock ear tags were developed in 1799 in England under the direction of Sir Joseph Banks, President of the Royal Society. The purpose was the identification of Merino sheep in the flock established for King George III. The first tags were made of tin. The use of cattle ear tags came into vogue with the outbreak of BSE in the UK in the early 20th century. This was mainly used to identify sick cattle so as to cordon them off. Today, ear tags in a variety of designs are used throughout the world on many species of animal to ensure traceability, and to control disease outbreaks. A custom cattle ear tag is a plastic or metal object used for identification of domestic livestock and other animals. When this tag uses Radio Frequency Identification Device (RFID) technology, it is referred to as an electronic ear tag. This ear tag usually carries an Animal Identification Number (AIN) or code for the animal, or for its herd or flock. A custom cattle ear tag may also exhibit other important information including other related identification numbers; such as the Property Identification Code (PIC) for the properties the animals have been located. During travel and shifting of ...