Revisit Complex's Generation Facebook Week

Revisit Complex's Generation Facebook WeekPhoto by Jason Duaine Hahn for Complex

Now that the pomp and circumstance of Facebook's 10th anniversary is officially over, it's time to stop reflecting on the last decade, and instead turn the lens to the future. What will be the next political scandal to erupt over social media this year, or the year after next? Or the next movement that will see tens of thousands of people change their profile pictures to show their solidarity? These things are bound to happen, as the Internet has already shown, and new memes, along with changes to the Facebook interface, will surely capture our attention. 

But as the Internet goes, #ICYMI: Here's what was Generation Facebook Week.

Complex Presents: Generation Facebook Week
 

10 Game-Changing Moments That Made Facebook Unstoppable
 

The Design Evolution of Facebook Over The Years 
 

The (Awkward, Cunning, Evil, Oh-Sh*t-Look-What-I-Created, Abrasive, Unapologetic) Genius of Mark Zuckerberg 
 

10 Fails That Defined The Facebook Era 
 

What Was I Thinking? On Facebook's Early Days and a Generation's Shame 


"When Facebook first launched for college students in 2004, the site was a free-for-all, a messy but fun bacchanal that was more reactionary than prescient. Zuck was a college dropout and the site’s launch proved to be a baptism of fire that he navigated brashly. Through it all he has been an accurate gauge of the site’s moves, vacillating between genius, tonedeaf, and just lucky."
—Rawiya Kameir
 

"Look Back" at the Last 10 Years With Facebook Through Personalized Videos Debuting Today
 

Our Friends and Neighbors and Everyone Else: Why Facebook Will Never Let You Escape Home 
 

The Craziest Sh*t We've Seen on Facebook in the Last Decade 
 

Ctrl + Alt + History: What The World Would Be Like if Facebook Never Existed
 

THE KID MERO SHARES HIS THOUGHTS ON FACEBOOK TURNING 10 
 

What Will Facebook Be Like in Another 10 Years?

 

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