See Every Facebook Profile Picture on Single Site

'Faces' Project Also Lets Users See Their 'Joiner Number'

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The Faces of Facebook
The Faces of Facebook

The Faces of Facebook project by freelance creative technologist Natalia Rojas is a site that has organized every single profile picture on Facebook in chronological order, from Mark Zuckerberg onward. You can randomly browse it (Rojas has worked out that if you were to take a look at each of them for just one second it would take 36 years, 5 months, 9 days, 6 hours, 46 minutes and 16 seconds) or you can log in with Facebook to see what number you were to sign up, and where your friends are. The latter is an interesting insight into early social media adopters among your peer group, but in case you're worried about privacy, Rojas says no one's private details are stored by the site. Rojas (whose previous work includes Volvo's X-Ray App) also said that access to the site has been intermittent, thanks to a record number of visitors causing server disruptions. So if you don't get through, try again later.

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