Thomas Edison: Money Value of Invention

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Thomas Edison Money Quote saying he had a sixth sense (or physical gland) which tells him how valuable an invention might be in the marketplace. Thomas Edison said:
 
Besides the usual inventor's make-up, the bump of practicality at a sort of appendix, the sense of the business, money value of an invention Quote
 

“The point in which I am different from most inventors is that I have, besides the usual inventor’s make-up, the bump of practicality as a sort of appendix, the sense of the business, money value of an invention” — Thomas Edison

 
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