The traditionalist may sneer at any effort to "sex up" literature with techno-interactive gewgaws, but Coloring Book Studio makes a more elegant attempt than most. Their new site, called "New Storytelling," displays a strange, impressionistic short film that's supposedly based on a famous short story. The film is bewitching enough on its own -- full of Escher-like morphing designs, dreamlike cuts of clocks and guns, and sinister digital corridors that look like they were filmed with a Super-8 camera.
Award-winning writer Neil Gaiman (one of our Most-Creative People) started a new fairy tale on Twitter--and the world wrote the rest of it. Users tweeted lines for the story, helping it unfold on BBC Audiobooks America's twitter feed.