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The conclusion is good enough to stand in for the entire article - I'd actually put it on top as a "tl;dr" and let anyone interested in the minutiae read on. Also the line spacing makes it a little hard to read (for me) - it seems like every sentence is a paragraph. Sections should be shorter, tighter, and more visibly differentiable. "Good news" and "Bad news" are not informative titles - title your sections in a way that answers the question "what am I going to learn in this part?" - this is the way to respect the reader's time.
This could be a cute minigame for my project but I want to see it in action first. Do you have a video showing this anywhere? The only video I've seen is from a year ago on Twitter and it didn't seem quite ready then.
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