March 6th Trivia Solution
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Thomas Edison was the most prolific inventor of all time. Of his 1,093 patented devices, one stands out as his personal favorite. What was this remarkable device?

Correct answer:
  • Phonograph

Incorrect answers:
  • Motion picture camera
  • Incandescent light bulb
  • Stock ticker system

Interesting Info:
  • Edison invented the phonograph (aka record player) in 1877, the year after opening his Menlo Park laboratory. He called the phonograph his 'baby'. Thomas believed that the phonograph would bring him a fortune, but it wasn't his most lucrative venture. All told, Edison was involved in the patent of 1,093 inventions (singly or jointly), the most ever for an individual in U.S. history.
 

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