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Markiplier Explores His Impact on the Internet | Data of Me | WIRED



What kind of impact has Markiplier had on the internet? WIRED combs the web for data about Markiplier and presents all the information to him. Can Markiplier guess what his three most popular YouTube videos are? Can he guess how many uploads he has? How many Google results appear when you search his name?

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  1. As one of the OG fans of Mark, before he hit 1 million subscribers, I'm a little surprised no one mentioned his older brother, Tom, who is famous in his own right as the creator, author, and illustrator for the popular webcomic, "Twokinds," which has been updating since 2003. Mark actually helped Tom out with Tom's Kickstarter to bring "Twokinds" to print back in 2012, before he his YouTube career took off.

    I actually heard of Tom first, discovering his webcomic back in late 2011 by stumbling upon the wiki for it while perusing Memory Alpha, the wiki for Star Trek. His was the first webcomic I ever read, and it started me on a journey to where I now have well over 100 webcomics saved to a special bookmark in my Internet browser.

    And despite many of those webcomics no longer updating, or I simply stopped reading them, Tom's is one of the few I still read to this day, even if he doesn't update a frequently as he used to, it's just that good of a comic, and one that holds a special place in my heart..

  2. Markiplier hasn’t made the world better, he’s making the world better. Of course to those who are a part of what he does. It’s not like some homeless man in Michigan is going to be impacted if no one tells him about Markiplier or if he’s ever seen Markiplier. Do you know what I’m trying to say?

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