To the complete bewilderment of Bell, it coolly announced that it had "the only original telephone," and that it was ready to supply "superior telephones with all the latest improvements made by the original inventors--Dolbear, Gray, and Edison.
He was scarcely seated in his managerial chair, when the Western Union threw the entire Bell army into confusion by launching the Edison transmitter.
He was Caesar and Napoleon, Washington and Lincoln, Grant and Edison
I'll have a row of electric lamps up here inside of six months, and you won't know it again, with a thousand candle-power Swan and Edison
right here in front of the hall door.
The Wizard of Menlo Park: How Thomas Alva Edison
Invented the Modern World.
Hartz Mountain Industries announced that it has released a revised plan for Edison
Towne Square, the redevelopment of a 97-acre site on Route 1 that will now include, among other new features, the donation of a portion of the site to Edison
for a 60,000 s/f community center.
In 1871, Thomas Edison
took the earnings from his first invention and leaped into the "innovation business" by setting up a lab whose sole function was to act as a "hothouse for innovation.
Even though it doesn't get a ton of money, the Edison
Primary School in far south suburban Kankakee has witnessed a sharp increase in test scores.
As editor of the Thomas Edison
Papers at Rutgers University in New Jersey, the Reseda High grad is publishing his fifth volume on Edison
in conjunction with the 125th anniversary of Edison
's invention of the incandescent light.
But the story created an uproar among educators, including the Charter School Leadership Council, Edison
Charter Schools and the Thomas B.
But is the reason Edison
gives for declining the invitation true?
is celebrated for inventing the phonograph and the lightbulb, not to mention electrifying major North American cities.