Just in time for Valentine's Day, we challenged our readers to use social media to create an updated version of William Shakespeare's romantic tragedy, Romeo and Juliet. With technologies like Twitter and Instagram at their disposal, there was no shortage of creativity in the entries we received. Here we give you our top picks.Monica Gonzales' ninth-grade English class, Trinity Valley School, Fort WorthAbout the entry: Using popular photo-sharing service Instagram for their entry, these students brought to life the events of Romeo & Juliet through a series of staged pictures that were both fun and creative. From the Capulets' party where Romeo and Juliet meet to the deaths of several key characters, we couldn't help but love the modern-day spin of hashtags like #RIPRomeo and #anotherdeathinverona.Morgan Landry, 30,BenbrookUsing Twitter as her social-media service of choice, Landry's entry showed us the demise of Romeo and Juliet's relationship as viewed through the eyes of Capulet cousin and one-time Romeo love interest, Rosaline. Using the Twitter handle @RosieFromVerona, Landry's faux-Rosaline Twitter account had us entertained with its clever tweets and use of hashtags like #stoptheviolence and #DownWithMontague.