On 4th February 2013 Facebook celebrated 9 years since a nerd (Mark Zuckerberg) turned the Harvard social network with a few hundred users into number 1 social network site in the world. Facebook released last week: Facebook Quarterly Earnings Slides Q4 2012, where we see that the percent of monthly active Facebook users increases constantly.
When Facebook was created, every user had an ID code. The first 3 IDs (1, 2 and 3) were tests by Mark Zuckerberg and then deleted. The first real Facebook account start from the ID number 4 which is the Mark Zuckerberg’s profile. The first people who where sign up for Facebook were roommates with Mark and helped him to launch the site, or others where just Harvard students.
To see who are the first 10 people who have made a Facebook account and how they knew about Facebook, check out the list below.
Mark Zuckerberg with his college roommates from Harvard University: Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz and Chris Hughes launched on February 4, 2004 TheFacebook that became Facebook in a short period of time.
Chris Hughes, co-founded Facebook and was a college roommate with Mark Zuckerberg.
Dustin Moskovitz co-founded Facebook and was also a college roommate with Mark Zuckerberg.
Arie Hasit is the first non-founder to sign up for Facebook. He was a friend with early Facebook members.
Although Marcel Laverdet has one of the earliest IDs and he was a friend with early Facebook members (he didn’t go to Harvard), it’s not certain that he was one of the first 20 to sign up for the site.
Soleio Cuervo was a friend with early Facebook members and worked at Facebook, being responsible for the famous “Like” button.
Although Chris Putnam has one of the earliest IDs and he was a friend with early Facebook members (he didn’t go to Harvard), it’s not certain that he was one of the first 20 to sign up for the site.
Andrew McCollum was a friend with early Facebook members and Zuckerberg asked him to design Facebook’s first logo.
Colin Kelly was a friend with early Facebook members.
Mark Kaganovich was a friend with early Facebook members.
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