A new Facebook app gives users the power to manipulate Facebook’s new photo bank into a system of frames for your profile picture.
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Released by Schweppes (yes, the beverage company) on their Facebook fan page last week, the app, named Profile Yourself, takes a high-res image and breaks it up to fit into your profile image space and photo bank. The trick was apparently discovered by French artist Andre Oudin and since it went live we’ve seen screen shots popping up around blogs. See the above video for instructions. Happy hacking.
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