Is Facebook self-portraiture the new outsider art? The folks at Fast Company seem to think it is. They've identified the main tropes of profile portraits -- mirror shots, pet pics, quirky baby photos -- and have devised a chart for analyzing the personalities of your friends and estranged cousins whom you never realized were so hot.

For example, tightly zoomed eyes may indicate either a poet or a murderer (or on Charles Manson's page, both) while cropping around a single eye usually means a crooked nose is lurking in the unedited original image. As for my own Facebook pic, Fast Company's methods seem to imply I'm average, well-rounded, and almost definitely have a head. Hooray!