February 4th 2004; it was a Wednesday and in Massachusetts there was a high of 44 degrees. It was mostly cloudy in the morning but cleared up for the majority of the day. Boston was bustling, especially where the Massachusetts high court declare gay marriage legal, making it the first state in the U.S. to legalize what now the entire country declares a right. On this same day however, in Cambridge, something else was born. Facebook, the social media network that so many of us rely on for personal connection, memory sharing, advertising, business exposure, even gaming was finally launched. Two years later, on March 21, 2006, Jack Dorsey created Twitter from his headquarters in San Francisco, going on to launch it in July.