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The Day the Crayons Moved to the Cloud

June 15, 2015

the day the crayons quitWhere would any of us be without crayons? For many of us, crayons were our first opportunity for creativity. Well, right after finger-painting with strained peas and carrots… Imagine a world without crayons! A book my granddaughter, Madison and I have enjoyed explores that possibility in The Day the Crayons Quit by Author Drew Daywalt and Illustrator Oliver Jeffers. It’s a fun and entertaining read of the letters each crayon writes to justify their non-performance.

Thankfully, none of the crayons at Crayola have quit, so we and coloring children everywhere will enjoy their crayons, hopefully forever. Crayola has been a long-standing customer of Kronos, and they just moved their Workforce Central system into the Kronos cloud. You know, so they can stay focused on making great crayons for art like this…

purple crayon quit

One Comment leave one →
  1. June 16, 2015 5:52 pm

    Love it Leo; keep up the great work!

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