These days George Takei is almost as understood for his Facebook web page as his previous role as Sulu in Star Trek, and he often shares images to his 2.8 million-plus followers. A brand-new visualization from Endurance tracks exactly how these images dispersed across the web, starting with Takei’s original post. Branches in two colours represent shares from each gender and fade after time, with brand-new “explosions” signaling short activity bursts. Exactly what you see above is an image of Marvin the Martian that Takei shared in August to parody the NASA Curiosity rover’s Mars landing, but we recommend enjoying the video below for the full impact.
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