- Thefacebook.com creator Mark E. Zuckerberg ’06 edits computer code for his popular website on his laptop in Kirkland House. The website, launched just last week, has already attracted about 4,000 members. By Lowell K. Chow
- Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg, right, credits his roommates, Dustin A. Moskovitz '06 and Christopher R. Hughes '06, left and middle, as the site's social directors in 2004. By Ravi P. Ramchandani
Unnamed photo - Mark Zuckerberg, creator of facebook.com, speaks to students in Computer Sciences 50 about the design and code of his wildly popular networking site in 2005. By Adina B. Pomerantz
- Zuckerberg, back, head of table, and his team of programmers, including Dustin A. Moskovitz '06-'07, left, do their business casually at the kitchen table in Palo Alto, Cal. the summer after founding thefacebook and leaving Harvard. By Courtesy OF Mark e. zuckerberg
Crowds at Bartley's - Students and cantabridgians gather outside of Bartley’s as the Facebook movie is filmed this past weekend. By Noor M.R. Beckwith
BURGERS AND FACEBOOK - Bartley’s became the center of attention Saturday night as film crews and cameramen gathered in ordered to shoot a movie based on the origins of Facebook By Kevin H. Lin
Back on Campus - Famous Harvard-dropout and Facebook founder Mark E. Zuckerberg speaks to the press before attending a selective recruiting event intended to attract Harvard's best and brightest to careers at Facebook in November 2011. By Keren E. Rohe
From October 2003, when then-Harvard sophomore Mark E. Zuckerberg's facemash landed him in front of the College's Administrative Board, to the founding of the thefacebook a few months later, The Crimson was the first to cover what would become the world's most popular social network. Ten years later, with Harvard's one-time social registry used by more than one billion users, we are taking a look back into The Crimson archives at Zuckerberg and company through the years.