Ten years ago today, Mark Zuckerberg gave birth to The Facebook and launched an online social revolution in his Harvard dorm room. We all know what happened next—thanks in no small part to an eight-time Academy Award-nominated film. With such humble beginnings, no one could have predicted the wild success (and cries of outrage) the site's many iterations would bring over the years.
So in honor of Facebook's tenth birthday, travel with us back to simpler times as we take a look back at the site's biggest design changes in each year of its existence. Prepare yourself—nostalgia is about to hit hard.
2004: On February 4, The Facebook goes live on Harvard's campus before slowly opening itself to other colleges about a month later.