Who said"time is money"before Ben Franklin?

Answer Ben Franklin was the first person to use the same "time is money." In 1748 he published "Advice to a Young Tradesman" where he said, "Remember that time is money. He that idly loses five shillings'... Read More »

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How to Cross a Toll Bridge Without Money?

Since the invention of the toll booth getting to and from a destination is not what it used to be. Crossing a toll booth has always been regarded as an unwanted pause in an otherwise steady and tim... Read More »

When did benjamin franklin make electricity?

While Benjamin Franklin did not invent electricity, he did suspect that lightning was a natural electrical current. He tested this theory with a famous kite-flying experiment in June 1752. He wante... Read More »

How Can I Make a Benjamin Franklin Costume?

Making historical costumes is often something that's quite difficult for those who want to achieve the proper effect, particularly when portraying a historically important individual. Benjamin Fran... Read More »

When did Ben Franklin make the Don't Tread on Me flag?

According to, Benjamin Franklin didn't create the "Don't Tread on Me" flag (known as the Gadsden flag). However, Ben Franklin created and popularized the snake symbol, which was used on ... Read More »