The Diary and Sundry Observations of Thomas Alva Edison
The Diary and Sundry Observations of Thomas Alva Edison edited by Dagobert D. Runes provides insight into the somewhat unique thinking and philosophy of the world's most prolific inventor (1093 U.S. patents). Taken from the actual speeches or writings of Edison, the reader learns the thoughts of the inventor on how his inventions have influenced society and more interestingly what Edison thinks about the future.
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