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Aug 24 2012   8:19PM GMT

The art of tech innovation draws from youthful creativity

Karen Goulart Karen Goulart Profile: Karen Goulart

It’s back to school time and, if you’re picking up some crayons for the kiddies, maybe grab one of those 64-count Crayola boxes for yourself. In this week’s SearchCIO.com Searchlight, graffiti artist Erik Wahl explains why a sniff of your old waxy friends can calm you down and lift up your creative spirit. Wahl’s keynote address at this week’s Gartner Inc. Catalyst conference in San Diego sought to convey the idea that tech innovation is rooted deeply in our crayon-art-scrawling youthful imaginations. To continue on the theme, this week’s Searchlight brings you a roundup of  Web items focused on innovators — from the “idea monkey” to Pinterest pioneers. 

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64 ct. Crayola

 

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