Let's imagine, for one Shakespearean second, that Romeo and Juliet carried iPhones, kept track of their relationship status on Facebook, Instagrammed photos together and swapped love notes on Twitter.How would their relationship play out in the age of technology and social media? You tell us. We're holding a Valentine's reader contest that lends a modern update to a classic love story. We want you to retell the entire tale of Romeo & Juliet via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.Pick one of these three forms of social media, and show or tell us how the story of star-crossed lovers would go. You may use the other characters in the story, too.Rules:Pick just one social media method for your entry. Either create a Twitter account via the website twitter.com or use a design program, such as Photoshop, to create a mock-up of a Facebook page or an Instagram feed.Make your entry creative, but keep it true to Shakespeare's original. And, keep the language and photos clean and appropriate for publication in the newspaper. You may use the original Old English or modern language, but it must be consistent.Entrants must live in North Texas, and they must include with their entry the names of everyone who participated, their ages and cities of residence (or name of the class or group, if appropriate). One participant's phone number and email address must accompany the entry.To submit your entry, send either a link to the Twitter account you have created or a .PDF of the concept. Entries should be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or via Twitter to @FWST_YourLife, using the hashtag #STValentines.Don't delay! Deadline to enter the contest is 5 p.m. Feb. 3.One winner will be selected to win a Valentine's-themed prize package, which must be picked up at the Star-Telegram's downtown Fort Worth office. The winner and select runners-up will be published online and in print in the Life & Arts section on Valentine's Day, Feb. 14.Employees of the Star-Telegram and their families are not allowed to enter.