Aesthetically, that is really elegantly made, including that cool map that gradually updates while scrolling through the article. So awesome!
It did have some small performance issues, but I suppose if I actually was reading the article instead of only playing with the webpage, it may not have mattered, because then the page could have finished loading during my reading time.
Overall, I love it a lot!
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