When a bunch of college students at Harvard signed up for Facebook 10 years ago, they had no idea they were becoming ultimate trendsetters by being the first of the social network’s 1.2 billion users.
Business Insider has tracked down the 20 first people to get a profile and has done a neat click-through showing where they are today. Unsurprisingly, almost all of them were Harvard students and friends with Facebook’s founders. Today many of them are working in the technology industry.
You can see who the 20 pioneers are here.
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