Ten years ago, Mark Zuckerberg set out to revolutionize the web, teaming with fellow Harvard University students Andrew McCollum, Chris Hughes, Dustin Moskovitz, and Eduardo Saverin to create what is now the biggest social media platform in the world: Facebook. The coding project would evolve into an online communication service that immediately resonated with modern society and transformed into a cultural phenomenon—serving as a platform bringing people of all ages, colors, and sexes together to share their personal experiences. And like every one of its billions of users, the company’s had its fair share of instrumental moments that helped define the social network over the past decade. So in celebration on Generation Facebook Week, we invite you to log in and reminisce down memory lane, as we present the 10 Game-Changing Moments That Made Facebook Unstoppable.