And then I remember when it spread to *gasp* high school students. It was like a little private college party, and then BAM, they let little high school kiddos in on it.
Then before we knew it, the general public was welcome. And again, after I blinked my eyes, my grandfather was on it.
The look of Facebook has changed over the years, too. Heck, it used to be called "The Facebook." No one really noticed when the name changed, but to my memory, it's always been blue and white.
At any rate, Facebook is playing dress up again and switching everything around. Rather than start 20 groups called WE HATE THE NEW FACEBOOK!!!! CHANGE IT BACK OR WE'RE LEAVING FOREVER!!!!!, please just try to embrace it. It's kinda cool. And change is cool. And it's really not life altering.
Here's some info to comfort you while you adjust:
So go tell your friends and family, and be glad you have something to talk about at work tomorrow!
Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to figure out if Facebook has finally added a way to where my grandfather can be titled "Grandfather" rather than "Father."
**Update: They totally added the grandfather feature! You can also add cousins, aunts and uncles. I didn't, though, because I have a million, zillion of them.**