The NY Times has started a page of haiku derived from its own stories. You can view it here. Goldsmith, et. al. are more prescient than perhaps
Two examples from the Times site that I particularly liked:
Also, related: The crazy technology (new, yes) allowing people to use photographs of old record albums to recreate the sound of their recordings, which have been otherwise lost or destroyed. Somehow this is both breathtaking and unsurprising. The second adjective's the one I worry about (for myself).
Also: In the sermon at church yesterday about how people co-create by rearranging the material of the universe given to them (paraphrased): "I can't eat a bowl of flour, a bowl of sugar, a cup of oil, an egg, and some cocoa and say I've eaten a cake."