I'm still not sure whether I'll do my master thesis on self-harm or on the way social media are meant to trap improductive people into improductivity, covering as many use cases as possible in the most confusing and unhealthy way as possible (for example Twitter is terrible for publishing, but also for healthy communities and as a messaging platform). Bonfire is poised to cover these use cases fairly well, and there are lives, and even elections at stake. (Don't get me started on the way the spectacle is a modelisation scheme meant to get people like Mr. Macron elected through foreign funding.)

(Apparently Bonfire doesn't handle unbreakable spaces properly. #bonfire_feedback)