10 Primeiras pessoas no Facebook

10 First people on Facebook
This a Official List of the First People To Sign Up For Facebook
If you look at your Facebook profile page (and you didn't opt to change the url to your name a few years back), the url is probably followed by a long string of numbers:

http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=138735539559220

That's likely the order* in which you signed up for Facebook.

When Facebook was founded, every user was given an ID code. It began with ID #0, which redirects every user to their own profile page.

ID numbers 1-3 were likely tests that Mark Zuckerberg used and then deleted; the profiles no longer exist. The first real Facebook users start at ID #4.

Naturally, the first few people to sign up for Facebook were Harvard students. Some shared classes with Mark Zuckerberg. Others were roommates who helped him launch the site.

Zuckerberg's friends made up most of the ten first Facebook sign ups, after which the social network expanded to friends of friends across campus. Eventually it swept all ivy league colleges, the nation, and then the world.

Out of the first 50 profiles, only 6 are women. The first woman, Sarah Goodin, joined with ID# 33.

We found all of the first members, searched their friends, and found out how they were all first introduced to Facebook.

1. Mark Zuckerberg
1. Mark Zuckerberg
Original Profile ID: http://www.facebook.com /profile.php?id=4
(IDs 1-3 may have been associated with Zuckerberg but the profile pages no longer exist)

How he knew about Facebook: Zuckerberg founded Facebook.

2. Chris Hughes
2. Chris Hughes
Original Profile ID: http://www.facebook.com /profile.php?id=5
How he knew about Facebook: Hughes cofounded Facebook and was college roommates with Zuckerberg.

3. Dustin Moskovitz
3. Dustin Moskovitz
Original Profile ID: http://www.facebook.com /profile.php?id=6
How he knew about Facebook: Moskovitz cofounded Facebook and was college roommates with Zuckerberg.

4. Arie Hasit
4. Arie Hasit
Original Profile ID: http://www.facebook.com /profile.php?id=7
How he knew about Facebook: Hasit was the first non-founder to sign up for Facebook. He was friends with early members David Hammer and Colin Jackson. Hammer knew Facebook cofounder Chris Hughes directly so its likely all three were friends.

5. Marcel Georgés Laverdet II*
5. Marcel Georgés Laverdet II*
Original Profile ID: http://www.facebook.com /profile.php?id=10
(IDs 8 and 9 do not exist)
How he knew about Facebook: *While Laverdet has one of the earliest IDs, it's not certain that he was one of the first 20 to sign up for the site.  Some engineers who worked at Facebook saw some early IDs were open and snagged them for themselves.

Since Laverdet didn't go to Harvard, that's presumably what happened here. Laverdet is, however, friends with early Facebookers Chris Putnam, Soleio Cuervo, Kang-Xing Jin, Chris Hughes, Mark Zuckerberg, and his buddies Adam D'Angelo and Aaron Sittig.

Putnam and Marcel both got jobs at Facebook by creating hacks and pranks on the social site. These hacks caught the attention of cofounder Dustin Moskovitz, who contacted Putnam. The two kept in touch and when Putnam moved to Silicon Valley, Moskovitz offered him an interview at Facebook. When Putnam was hired, he encouraged Marcel to join the company too.

*He did not go to Harvard as originally stated. He went to LSU.

6. Soleio Cuervo
6. Soleio Cuervo
Original Profile ID: http://www.facebook.com /profile.php?id=11
How he knew about Facebook: Cuervo was friends with early Facebook members Kang-Xing Jin (16) and Marcel George Laverdet (5).

He later worked at Facebook and was responsible for the "Like" Button.

7. Chris Putnam*
7. Chris Putnam*
Original Profile ID: http://www.facebook.com /profile.php?id=13
(ID 12 does not exist)
How he knew about Facebook: *While Putnam has one of the earliest IDs, it's not certain that he was one of the first 20 to sign up for the site.  Some engineers who worked at Facebook saw some early IDs were open and snagged them for themselves. Since Putnam didn't go to Harvard, that's presumably what happened here.

Putnam was, however, friends with early Facebookers Kang-Xing Jin and Marcel George Laverdet. Putnam and Marcel both got jobs at Facebook by creating hacks and pranks on the social site. These hacks caught the attention of cofounder Dustin Moskovitz, who contacted Putnam. The two kept in touch and when Putnam moved to Silicon Valley, Moskovitz offered him an interview at Facebook. 

*He did not go to Harvard as originally stated. He went to Georgia Southern University.

8. Andrew McCollum
8. Andrew McCollum
Original Profile ID: http://www.facebook.com /profile.php?id=26
(IDs 14-25 do not exist)
How he knew about Facebook: McCollum was a Harvard student who was in Mark Zuckerberg's CS161: Operating Systems class. He was also friends with early Facebook member David Hammer.

Zuckerberg asked McCollum to design Facebook's first logo.

9. Colin Kelly
9. Colin Kelly
Original Profile ID: http://www.facebook.com /profile.php?id=27
How he knew about Facebook: Kelly was a Harvard student who was friends with David Hammer and Colin Jackson. Both knew many early Facebookers and it's likely all of them were acquaintances.

10. Mark Kaganovich
10. Mark Kaganovich
Original Profile ID: http://www.facebook.com /profile.php?id=28
How he knew about Facebook: Kaganovich was a Harvard student who was also friends with early Facebooker David Hammer. Although Hammer joined Facebook after Kaganovich, Hammer knew at least 7 of the earliest Facebook members, and it's likely Kaganovich was acquaintances with many of them too.

Source:
http://www.businessinsider.com/the-first-20-people-to-sign-up-for-facebook-2011-5?op=1

How to Find the ID of a Facebook User:
https://xenforo.com/help/facebook-user-id/

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