I've considered the site as a whole, and I've noticed a trend. For all the alternative and innovative formats on-site, and the unique perspectives and shapes of the 200+ entries here, there's one thing we lack.
Apart from a few image-containing articles, nothing on the site uses alternative media. We have a script for a play but not the play itself, for example, and absolutely no audio whatsoever. So, I'm putting a little challenge forward.
Create a video or audio piece.
Now, this can be anything. I gave the example of a play above, but it could also include readings of an original work (almost all of you have lovely voices, a good few of which I've heard, Vivax), telephone calls, answer-machine messages (ingoing or ourgoing), lectures (which can include various styles, such as this or that), comedy skits, dance routines, pantomimes, news clips, the recorded unveiling of an artifact, found footage collections, abstract pieces, animations (though I appreciate this is difficult), or hell, even something like a Let's Play of a video game from the perspective of an otherworldly gamer.1.
If you've any musical talent, there's a very, very very sought-after place for that, be it synthetic or instrumental, classical, traditional or modern. And while I'm not sure, I think even a mod, custom map or UTAU creation could be freely posted under the CC license (since the original licenses for those are not viral). Even if not, you can resubmit them.
So come on! Show the newcomers that are flocking in every day to read, enjoy, upvote and say how amazingly fantastic your work is and how brilliant you are that the Library isn't just prose, poetry and traditional fiction!
If anyone is interested in this, and needs help embedding files, feel free to contact me, as I've had to embed both video and .mp3 in wikidot before. Additionally, this thread links to a few free resources in case you need stock clips.