Is it unique? Of course not. Back in the day, there was "Dawson's Desktop," a website that accompanied the show "Dawson's Creek"; the Los Angeles Times explained in 1999 that "users peruse Dawson's fictionalized personal computer screen, fans can sneak a look at Dawson's multimedia journal and homework files, surf his bookmarked Web sites and listen to his CDs." The year 2000 brought "e," a novel written entirely in e-mails. Levitan highlighted the short film "Noah," which takes place on a computer screen, as giving him "proof of concept."