Thomas Edison was a busy guy. As the fourth most prolific inventor in history, he created more than one thousands inventions for which he received a patent, and many more than went unpatented. Some of his most well know, and world changing, inventions include the phonograph, the lightbulb, the motion picture camera and the stock ticker.
Do you have a todo list of things that will change the world? He did. From The Thomas A. Edison Papers at Rutgers University (via ListsOfNote) comes Edison’s handwritten todo list from 1888 when he was only 40 years old.
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