There is no feasible way to make six-month sixteen-person multimedia projects the day-to-day future of journalism, nor is there a need to. Think about this morning. The top national news story is John Boehner's failure to corral votes in the House for a plan to avoid the fiscal cliff. I'm sure there are clever ways to render that story interactively, but, really, why waste the time? Practically everything there is to say about the House GOP intransigence, the odds of a deal this year, the future of Boehner as speaker, and the Democrats' next steps can be said really well with paragraphs. And maybe a timeline. To borrow a construction from venture capital: Text isn't broken.Definitivamente periodismo no es el medio. Tampoco el modo de contarlo. Pero a eso lo saben hace mucho los lectores de Paper Papers. En PR Innovación y periodismo va a encontrar más datos y algunos links.