Akira Yoshino developed the prototype of the li-ion in 1985. His prototype led to the creation of lithium-ion batteries. These are what you find in portable electronics. These batteries are the rechargeable sort. The lithium ions are what move from the negative electrode through an electrolyte. A positive electrode comes into play during a discharge. As you might have guessed it, this process starts all over again once you recharge your device. The technology appears to work in theory. The technology even sounds impressive. But we all know that many times, these batteries are the bane of our devices.
Hollywood's dying. Did you know? Some might say it started with the prolonged shutdown of California. In reality, that was likely the final straw. Hollywood was once a fountain for creative people to gather and create great work. Over the decades though, it has turned into this cooperate mammoth. Filmmakers are the storytellers of film. Filmmakers once sought to tell stories that provided important moral lessons. For example, Alfred Hitchcock. His film Psycho remains one of the classics. It starts by telling one story but morphs into one completely unexpected. This is what Hollywood now misses, for Hollywood has become a machine.