What can you do when it's two in the morning, your back hurts when you sit down, and you can't sleep? Take some tinfoil, a cup, a camera, a microphone, and a hand- and viola! You have… Rapture in Tin Foil! (It's a stop-animation movie. Click on it. You know you want to.)
I would have transcribed my little "doo doo doo"ing into piano music if I had the time. Unfortunately, I wasn't that bored. I've tried demos of programs that transcribe sound into midi files and they're not quite up to snuff. Or maybe I just can't stay on pitch long enough to get it right.
For anyone who's had a problem using title cards with Windows Movie Maker: (You put a bitmap image in front of your movie and your finished .wmv only has a few seconds of the image, followed by a static image of the first frame of your movie.) Make your picture into an avi first, then use that movie instead of the image. This usually works.