Thumbscribes is a collaborative writing website, where you can begin a poem, haiku, short story, novella, etc., and have others contribute until the finished project. I created a login name, and decided to create something. So, I started a haiku entitled "Open Source." I wrote, "Struggling for new life," and this is what happened (with commentary!):
Struggling for new life, (I know. A little hokey, but I just wanted to start something)
A peer to peer production, (Contributed by another; a pretty good follow up to the initial idea)
Gun pointed at you (What?!! Who jumped the shark?)
Upside to this site is you can co-create literature with other people. It allows you to connect ideas into something new and unique. The flipside is sometimes what you envision does not transpire. When I think Open Source, I don't randomly put "Gun pointed at you."