Here's another brilliant, out of the box idea from Google and GSP. To promote the collaborative functionality of Google Docs, the brand has launched the Doc Memo, Master's Edition, which lets folks like William Shakespeare, Friedrich Nietzsche and Emily Dickinson edit and contribute to your work.
For example, a "What's up?" from you might lead to Nietzsche launching into a few sentences about how it is obvious that you seek something. In the meantime, Edgar Allan Poe, who is one of the "contributors" starts off a few lines below about how he wishes he could write as mysteriously as a cat. Of course, you can save your work and share as a preview video.