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Some day soon you may be able to extract water out of thin air, decorate your walls with detachable wallpaper, read street signs clearly in fog, and employ reusable tape underwater. These are some of the innovations coming from biomimetics – science inspired by nature’s designs.Venus flytrap: Alex Crosby at University of Massachusetts was intrigued by the action of Venus flytrap, which changes almost instantly from convex to concave when triggered. Science Daily reported how his team plans to make a variety of products that mimic this shape-snapping transition at large and small scales. A small input of energy can produce a large change in geometry. “Imagine paint that adheres to a surface, but releases on command or road signs that change their reflectivity with changing weather conditions,” the article began.Spider web: Imagine being able to harvest water out of thin air. Israeli scientists, inspired by how dew collects on a spider’s web, have created a dew-harvesting device that funnels atmospheric moisture into a collection and filtration unit. New Scientist has a picture and description of the invention. In one day, the 10-meter wide device collected 20 liters of water. The device won an engineering contest for fresh-water solutions for drought-stricken areas. Improved models are expected to fit into the collection pot for portability. This water-collection technique may be familiar to survivalists who have used a similar approach for emergency water collection: the desert still (see Desert USA).Geckos and insects: Sticky tape inspired by gecko and insect feet is making strides. An article on PhysOrg shows a dramatic electron micrograph of a complex insect foot. Researchers at Max Planck Institute studied 300 insects for ideas on manufacturing the ideal, reusable adhesive. The result is a sticky tape that stays clean, can be reused thousands of times, and is twice as sticky as regular tape. It can be washed with soap. The inventors put it on a small robot and it proceeded to walk right up the wall.Put the ideas together, and you can get even more benefits. The Venus flytrap article (above) states that one application is a kind of Venus-flytrap/gecko hybrid, that can allow the development of “smart adhesives by covering the lenses with hairs that adhere in the convex position and release when the lenses are concave.” Some day you may try out a new wallpaper and just peel it right off for another, or reposition it easily, without all the muss and fuss of old-fashioned paste. Last month in Science,1 W. Jon P. Barnes (Centre for Cell Engineering, Institute of Biomedical and Life Sciences, University of Glasgow) wrote about “Biomimetic Solutions to Sticky Problems.” From velcro to gecko tape, “biomimetics is certainly coming of age,” he said. He wrote about some of the high-tech materials coming out of animal-inspired research, and commented that even more smart adhesives are “likely to be inspired by the remarkable mechanisms developed by climbing animals over millions of years of evolution.” Funny; none of the inventors in the other articles claimed that evolutionary theory had anything to do with their research.Update 11/20/2007: BASF labs is using photonic crystals to produce optical routers for fiber-optic networks. “This phenomenon is known from nature: the splendid, shimmering colors on butterfly wings derive from the properties of photonic crystals.”1. W. Jon P. Barnes, “Materials Science: Biomimetic Solutions to Sticky Problems,” Science, 12 October 2007: Vol. 318. no. 5848, pp. 203-204, DOI: 10.1126/science.1149994.In ancient times, people built elaborate cisterns to collect rainwater for survival. You can see incredible water systems Herod built at Herodium, Masada and Jerusalem. Even more ancient systems carved out of solid rock, like those at Megiddo and Gibeon, arouse awe at the amount of work men exerted to collect the precious fluid of life in the dry climate of the middle east. Imagine the expression on their faces if you could show them a portable invention that everyone could use at home to collect water out of thin air most days of the year, even without rain, based on the web of the lowly spider. These stories should warm our hearts. Real scientists and engineers, inspired by plants and animals at our feet, are adapting the design they see into useful, practical products that can improve our lives. These inventions owe nothing to evolutionary theory. They owe everything to design detection, combined with the human ingenuity to observe, imagine, and create. Want your kid to be on the cutting edge of 21st century science? Want him or her to improve the world and maybe make a lot of money doing it? Take them out in the yard, looking for bugs and leaves and birds and anything natural. Look for opportunities to ask, “How do they do that?” When science projects are assigned, inspire them with creative ideas based on biomimetics—intelligent design at work. Some day that aptitude to see design in nature may turn into a profitable career. Combined with the character trait of charity you should also be teaching your kids, it might inspire them to make discoveries that could help impoverished people in third-world countries lead more productive lives without harm to the environment – taking advantage of innovations their fellow creatures have been using for millennia. To think that Ken Miller called intelligent design a science-stopper (11/14/2007). Go to the ant, thou sluggard; consider her ways, and be wise (03/16/2006).(Visited 13 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
Get your sneak peek of episode 16 of Play Your Part, here:Sakina Mohamed, CEO of the Greater Rape Intervention Project, is one of the guests on episode 16 of Play Your Part. (Images: Brand South Africa)Brand South Africa reporterSakina Mohamed believes that the world would be a better place if there was no violence against women and children. Mohamed, the CEO of the non-governmental organisation Greater Rape Intervention Project (Grip), is one of the guests on Play Your Part this week.Grip was founded in 2000 after a teenage girl contracted HIV through a rape; she died of an AIDS-related illness.The episode will be broadcast on Saturday, 30 December 2017 on SABC2 at 18:00.Here’s more on the other guests on this episode:Sandi MazibukoSandi MazibukoMazibuko is the founder of the fashion label, Fabrosanz. The company does fashion styling, make-up and hair. The designer began by doing the sewing herself, but now focuses on design; she has employed a team for the cutting and sewing.Shalate TeffoShalate TeffoChildren’s home Dimphonyana Tsa Lapeng is run by Teffo and her mother, Asnath. Dimphonyana Tsa Lapeng, which means “little gifts of home” in Setswana, has helped hundreds of destitute children and their families. Through the home, Asnath has taken in orphaned or abandoned children and raised them among her own.Play Your Part is broadcast at 18:00 on Saturdays on SABC2.To get involved in playing your part in South Africa:Check out the conversation on Twitter: #GetInvolved; orFind out about initiatives on Play Your Part here.Tell us how you Play Your Part through our social media channels:Follow us on Twitter: @PlayYourPartSA;Follow Brand South Africa on Twitter: @Brand_SA; orLike us on Facebook: Official Brand South Africa.Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material.
Lead is not the only concernSo, there is little data. But concerns have resulted in testing of both the quality of water coming into the green school building and at water fountains and other outlets used for consumption at schools across the country. And water fountains and other outlets are being taken out of service where the lead level exceeds 20 ppb.Despite the lack of a baseline for comparison, there are clear trends that go beyond lead. Among the most significant culprits is apparently “water age” (i.e., the water retention time). The green school buildings sampled had exceptionally high water age, and it appears that elevated water age is inherent in achieving sustainability goals of green building plumbing systems.The magnitude is daunting. The first green building this firm reviewed had water use more than 50 times lower than a typical similar building. Very low use at each fixture in bathrooms, coupled with large diameter pipes stipulated by plumbing code, resulted in an average overall plumbing water age of eight days.High water age raises concerns about the the chemical and microbiological stability of the drinking water. So unless a school has its own water supply (and few do), schools are not a regulated public water system. Stuart Kaplow is an attorney specializing in environmental law. This post was first published at his web site, Green Building Law Update. Water Risks Higher in Green Buildings, Report FindsGreen Plumbing Systems Save Water and EnergyCalifornia Gets New Water Conservation RulesPiping as Poison Worries about lead leaching from pipes and faucets into drinking water are not new. But the broad growth of “green” buildings, including schools, that use water conservation strategies has the potential to lower the quality of drinking water in their plumbing systems.To reduce water consumption, the latest version of LEED (LEED v4 New Construction) requires that indoor water use be reduced by 20%, and offers additional credits for reducing water use even further. But the consequences of that reduced water flow have led to concerns about water quality in green schools across the country.Some of the difficulty in characterizing this water quality is due to a shortage of good studies of existing buildings, including schools. As required by the 1974 Safe Drinking Water Act (SWDA), the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency developed a guidance program that establishes 20 parts per billion (or 0.020 mg/l) as the recommended “action level” for the amount of lead in drinking water for schools and day care facilities. EPA recommends that schools and day care facilities take additional actions to evaluate and address specific problem areas (e.g., faucets and fountains) for which the sampling results show levels higher than that. But no federal law, and no state law I am aware of, requires a school to take a sample or test the water.The action level for schools is significantly higher than the 15 ppb (or 0.015 mg/l) for lead allowed in a “public water system.” EPA requires annual testing for lead in public water supplies, defined in part as a system for the provision to the public of water for human consumption through pipes or other constructed conveyances that serves at least 15 service connections or regularly serves at least 25 individuals. Water systems can be flushed out regularlyThere are externalities associated with water age. A disinfectant residual (such as a residual level of chlorine), for example, was generally not maintained in the plumbing of the green buildings. At that first green school, it took 40 minutes of flushing to establish a chloramine residual similar to that present in the public water system.Most immediately, regular flushing of water is a practical approach to addressing water quality in green buildings, including green schools.It is anecdotally reported that a LEED Gold certified school with very high water age solved problems with elevated lead and microbial growth by regularly flushing a small volume of water (three minutes of flushing every six hours, less than 1% of the total daily flow into the building) to regularly introduce fresh water into the system.While wasting water may be viewed to conflict with the conservation goals of green building, it may serve as a temporary solution to the apparent public health issue.This is a tough subject. Have the green building programs gotten ahead of reliable science in the area of water quality?More and additional research is needed now from the environmental industrial complex to assist in justifying potable water conservation goals without compromising water quality and the public health. All schools and day care centers should test for lead in drinking water.And you might want to test the water in your green building as well. RELATED ARTICLES
To cut footage on set, you’ll need some specific gear and video accessories. Check out our recommendations.Top image via Western Post.I was thrilled to see the response to the article on Baby Driver‘s editor Paul Machliss, ACE editing on location. It started conversations in many editing and filmmaking groups about editing on set.Here’s one of my favorite posts, including a great hashtag:Editors Andrew Gust and Nik Svab on set of Pupstar, courtesy Andrew Gust.Fun fact: The Air Bud franchise has been on-set editing for the last 15 years. Here’s my buddy and I editing in a junkyard with our latest mobile rigs. #CatchUpBabyDriver —Andrew Calvin Gust, EditorCutting on location is certainly nothing new, but it rarely goes to the extremes Paul Machliss had to endure for the meticulous timing and cues in Baby Driver. It’s most common on commercial sets, where productions have quick turnarounds and must be absolutely sure that they get the shot. Not only does the shot need to be precise, the product featured in the commercial must also look perfect.The following on-set editing station suggestions are for a generalist editor or aspiring DIT who may not have a budget big enough to own or rent all of the gear of their dreams.Mobile Editing Cart (Table)Image via Inovativ.One thing you need in a portable workspace is an actual workspace. If you want a heavy duty cart, consider investing in something like a camera or DIT cart. If your budget won’t allow it, however, there are a variety of options. You can spend anywhere from $150 to $2,000 on a cart.For a very low-budget production, you may want to get something like the popular Rubbermaid Commercial Utility Carts you often see used for everything from janitorial services to in-office mail delivery. These carts are certainly one of the cheaper options, but if your location doesn’t have paved walkways, this cart is a real pain.Take your location into consideration. With a cheaper cart, consider investing in some heavy duty wheels that you can attach. Rubbermaid does make a specific Camera Cart with 8″ tires, but expect to spend around $750 for it.For professional carts, there are specialty carts for sound departments, DITs, and camera assistants. Most of these specialty carts will certainly work as a mobile station, but look to spend upwards of $900. For example, an Inovativ cart will set you back about $3,000.If you plan on working on this cart for extended amounts of time, consider a flattop or raised stand for you laptop or keyboard. With a cart’s raised edge, you’ll find that your wrist will start to hurt if you don’t prop your computer up flush with the cart.For a low-budget solution, consider something like a folding card table, which you can find online starting around $30. Just make sure it’s sturdy enough to hold the gear you put on top of the table, and make sure it’s secured so it doesn’t blow away in a strong wind.Mobile Video Editing Computer (Laptop or Desktop)Image via Shutterstock.Laptops are great for portability, and they can easily handle proxy workflows. A desktop may be necessary, however, depending on the type of footage you are working with, as some formats are more labor intensive for your machine.I’m not really going to dive into this, as every editor could start a war about their preferred setup. Just use what’s best for you, and remember you’ll need to power everything on location.Professional Calibrated MonitorImage via Inovativ.Whether you’re cutting a serious project or a low-budget short film, invest in a professional monitor. You will want a display that can be properly calibrated to review footage. A proper monitor will give you the most accurate look.Card Reader + CablesIf you don’t have a DIT or person on set ingesting footage, you’ll want to invest in a solid card reader or HUB. Consider a high-speed media reader than can take multiple types of cards. If you frequently work with SD and CF cards, you can get something like a Kingston USB 3.0 Media Reader for about $20. If you’re working with proprietary cards from manufacturers like Sony or RED, you’ll need to make sure you can take other types of cards, like XQD.As always, consider proper ingesting techniques — don’t just drag and drop footage. Here’s a piece we did on properly ingesting footage using the free tools in DaVinci Resolve.While on the topic of ingesting, be sure you have all the proper cables you need as well. It’s best to have a variety of cables like lightning, various USB (Micro USB, Mini USB, USB Type C, etc), Firewire, and other common cables on set.Hard DrivesAs with any project you edit in an editing bay, be prepared to store as much footage as possible. Bring an array of external hard drives for remote locations, but if you have power to your cart, you may want to set up a RAID tower.PowerWith all this gear, you will also need to power each device. Aside from computer power cables and monitor power, you may also need extra plugs on your cart. Consider a power supply with backup battery — or at least a surge protector. Also be sure to bring extension cords — that way you bring the nearest power source to your cart.Bonus Personal ItemsImage via Paul Machliss / Avid.The following suggestions are all extra things you may need, and some of these are just luxuries. If you are working with sound, don’t forget speakers or headphones. While you edit, be sure to bring your favorite devices as well — keyboard, mouse, Wacom tablet, color grading surface, Palette Gear, etc.Be sure to also bring something to sit on, whether it’s a folding chair or an apple box. If you are working outdoors, consider investing in a small tent or a large umbrella to protect you and your gear from the sun. For the heat, you may even want to bring a small fan. Another great thing to always have with you is a small desk light or flashlight.
This Netflix original series relies on vertical cell phone footage and animated social media conversations, giving us a glimpse of future documentaries.All images via Netflix. In a mockumentary investigation series about spray-painting genitals on cars, Netflix somehow manages to show us the future of documentary films and docu-series. American Vandal is a true-crime spoof series that investigates the whereabouts of teenagers during a high school prank.I just finished binge-watching every episode. Not only was it incredibly funny in the most juvenile ways, the series is very well done. The fact that they could stretch the premise to eight episodes and keep me captivated was astonishing. Not only that, the show is beautifully shot, edited, and colored, capturing the purest form of adolescence: acting like an idiot with your friends.I can go on and on about the show, but I’ll let you dive into that yourself. You can watch the (NSFW) trailer here.What I want to break down is how the mockumentary perfectly makes fun of the true-crime drama while making a legitimately well-crafted series. From subtly poking fun at the overuse of sliders and drones to using vertical cell phone footage and social media, this series has it all. I’m also going to show you ways you can create social media interfaces, so you can animate conversations and use these techniques as well.In the show, I found myself relating most to the high school students shooting, editing, and narrating the series. In what may come as a shock to you, I also was not very cool in school, was not good with girls, and spent way too much time with a camera in my hands.The reason I bring this up is that cinematographer Adam Bricker perfectly captured the series in the way a high schooler would, though in a much more professional manner. High school filmmakers would use mirrorless cameras, and in the series it looks like a Sony a-series body inside of their camera cage. In addition, the students would have captured b-roll with sliders and establishing shots with drones.(If you haven’t already watched our video tutorial on not overusing drones, by Zach Ramelan, I highly recommend checking it out. He makes some great points about the overuse of drones and sliders in today’s filmmaking world.)Above is a glimpse of episode six, in which we see the feaux-filmmakers prepare to shoot undercover by using an iPhone camera placed in a shirt pocket — a trick that obviously isn’t very sneaky. You can also see the camera rig they used to capture most of the other footage in the show.In reality, American Vandal was mostly shot in 6K on the RED WEAPON DRAGON. Bricker lensed the series with the Leica Summicron-C primes and a Fujinon Cabrio zoom lens. But that’s not all. Too keep up an authentic teenager scenario, the crew really did use the mirrorless camera, iPhones, and GoPros to capture party footage and prank videos.As for the aerial footage in the show, that is the work of the very talented crew over at Drone Dudes.Over at The Verge, Megan Farokhmanesh interviewed American Vandal co-creator and director Tony Yacenda. During their conversation, you see how the focus of the show shifted by examining the modern teenager.The common threads were that high school kids don’t use Facebook much … Certainly not with their own friends. They use a lot of Snapchat. Instagram is the main one. But I guess you learn that kids have their public Instagram, and then they’ll have a private Instagram for just their close friends, so they can post memes or whatever.By understanding the apps these characters would actually use, this subtle use of real interfaces actually goes on to show what a real documentary film would look like in another ten years. Think of the modern news segment, bloated with random tweets from viewers or live footage of massive storms shot vertically on cell phones.In that same Verge interview, Yacenda went on to say the following:We always wanted to have logic of why a high-school kid would be shooting a video in the first place. Maybe it’s somebody taking a selfie in the foreground, and something’s happening in the background.American Vandals other co-creator and writer Dan Perrault develops that idea further,We wanted a ton of B-roll from the iPhone … And so we would clear the crew out of the room and basically play out the party as it naturally would go, and just give separate kids iPhones to get footage from that.With the large amount of footage shot by individuals on their phones, American Vandal makes you think about the future archive of footage. This is literally the way the world works now, and with the mass amount of media that will be available to future documentary filmmakers, they will struggle to make the various media formats work together cohesively.That said, American Vandal already nailed it. Even though everything in the show is scripted, editors Ali Baron, Andrew McAllister, and Jessica Brunetto seamlessly made everything work. Not only does it work, it’s incredibly compelling. Viewers will relive moments in school or at parties through many angles and various times through cell phone footage — both horizontal and vertical.Like I mentioned before, American Vandal already makes use of footage shot on iPhones and GoPro cameras, but it also uses footage and images captured in Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, SnapChat, Twitch, and YouTube.The presence of social media and online platforms in this series is staggering, and I don’t mean this in the way other films and shows have made minor references to sites like YouTube. Each different site in American Vandal plays a different role, and it may be one of the most accurate representations of online life I’ve ever seen.If you’re interested in recreating and animating social media platforms, we’ve recently put together a series of After Effects tutorials showing you how to create the user interfaces for Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.Create and Animate the UI of Instagram with Adobe After EffectsCreate and Animate the Facebook UI in Adobe After EffectsLearn How to Animate Twitter Conversations in After EffectsCreate and Animate the YouTube UI in Adobe After EffectsEven if this series isn’t your type of comedy, it’s well worth the research, so at least watch the first episode. It’s likely you will experience what the future of documentary film has in store.Thanks for reading! If you’re interested in more piece like this, I’d suggest checking out some of the following articles:How Editor Paul Machliss Cut Baby Driver in Real Time on LocationA Look Inside the Post-Production Process Behind “It”Inside Atomic Fiction: An Exclusive Interview With a VFX PowerhouseThe Media Machine Behind the Dallas StarsInterview: Director of Photography Behind HBO’s The Defiant OnesInterview: Director of Photography Jake Swantko of Netflix’s Icarus
PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss LATEST STORIES Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Bloomberg: US would benefit from more, not fewer, immigrants “There wasn’t a lot of juice in the game but we’ve got to play them,” Nurse said.Powell said the game gave Toronto an opportunity to fine-tune some things before the playoffs.“We’ve got to take advantage of these games and really work on some things with lineups, foundational defense, our offensive flow, pace, to get ready for the postseason,” he said.Wayne Selden scored 20 points and Shaquille Harrison had 15 as the Bulls lost for the seventh time in nine games. Chicago has lost two straight following a modest two-game winning streak.After making 2 of 16 attempts from 3-point range in their previous game, a 31-point loss to Utah, Chicago fared better from long range in this one, connecting on 8 of 23 attempts.Toronto led 56-41 at halftime and took an 85-72 lead into the fourth.TIP-INSBulls: Boylen is unsure if Markkanen will be able to play Wednesday against Portland. … G Kris Dunn (back) did not dress. … Markkanen missed his first seven shot attempts. Marakkanen made 6 of 20 attempts in Saturday’s loss to Utah.Raptors: Toronto signed G Jodie Meeks for the remainder of the season. Meeks appeared in two games with the Raptors last month while on a 10-day contract. … This was the first of three straight games against opponents who have at least 50 defeats. Toronto plays at New York on Thursday and visits Chicago Saturday. It’s the first time in Raptors history they’ve faced three consecutive 50-loss teams.FINE AT THE LINE Panelo: Duterte ‘angry’ with SEA Games hosting hassles Chicago forward Lauri Markkanen left after shooting 2 for 10 in 16 first-half minutes. Bulls coach Jim Boylen said Markkanen was suffering from fatigue.“He was feeling a little sluggish,” Boylen said. “We just felt it was the right thing to do to keep him out the second half. He’s been practicing hard, he’s been playing hard.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logisticsMarkkanen’s departure further weakened a Bulls lineup that was already without leading scorer Zach LaVine (bruised right thigh, right knee tendinitis) and forward Otto Porter Jr. (strained right rotator cuff). LaVine sat for the third straight game and Poerter missed his fourth straight.“It’s no secret we’re short-handed but I was really proud of our guys for battling and competing,” Boylen said. “We hung in there.” Google Philippines names new country director Toronto suffered its own injury setback when forward OG Anunoby left with 4:10 remaining in the fourth after he was accidentally hit in the head in a collision with Chicago’s Brandon Sampson. Anunoby stayed down for a few moments before being helped to the locker room. Anunoby, who scored 10 points in 25 minutes, said he felt dizzy following the hit but added that he felt “fine” after the game.The Raptors said Anunoby passed the concussion protocol and will be evaluated again Wednesday.Kawhi Leonard and Kyle Lowry each scored 14 points before sitting out the final quarter, and Pascal Siakam had 13 points. The Raptors never trailed and avoided their first three-game home losing streak of the season. After losing to Oklahoma City last Friday, Toronto lost to Charlotte on Sunday on a half-court buzzer-beater by Jeremy Lamb.The Raptors improved to 30-9 at home. It’s the second straight season they’ve won at least 30 home games, and the fourth time in franchise history they’ve reached the mark.All 12 Raptors players scored at least two points as Toronto coach Nick Nurse gave his bench plenty of minutes against the lowly Bulls.ADVERTISEMENT Wintry storm delivers US travel woes before Thanksgiving Trump tells impeachment jokes at annual turkey pardon event Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess Colombia protesters vow new strike after talks hit snag The teams combined to make 33 of 36 free throw attempts. Toronto made all 16 of its foul shots, while Harrison, Markkanen and Sampson each missed one.THIEVERYLeonard matched his season-high with six steals. His career-high is seven.TOO MANY MISTAKESThe Bulls committed 18 turnovers, leading to 25 points for the Raptors.“Too many turnovers for us,” Boylen said.UP NEXTBulls: Host Portland on Wednesday night.Raptors: At New York on Thursday night. MOST READ UAAP volleyball: UST bounces back from tough loss, crushes Adamson for 6th win Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Toronto Raptors forward Pascal Siakam (43) scores as Chicago Bulls guard Wayne Selden (14) looks on during the second half of an NBA basketball game in Toronto on Tuesday, March 26, 2019. (Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press via AP)TORONTO— Already undermanned when the game began, the Chicago Bulls lost another key player at halftime of their latest loss.Norman Powell scored 20 points, Serge Ibaka had 16 and the Toronto Raptors beat Chicago 112-103 on Tuesday night, their eighth consecutive win over the struggling Bulls.ADVERTISEMENT View comments