Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg
Unfortunately, Facebook is being used by many people in online exhibitionism Reuters

Print your Facebook photos (that's right, actual physical pictures), from Kodak starting October 17 through October 23. Your Facebook photos or your friends' Facebook photos can be made into cards or calenders etc., by connecting directly to a Kodak Picture Kiosk when you like the Kodak Facebook page.

It's a promotion by Kodak, so you get 20 free photos (4x6 only) after liking their Facebook page and opting in for getting future emails from them. So now's your chance to print up the most obnoxious Facebook photos from your gallery, or make a nice keepsake of a treasured family event.

Kodak even got together with Tumblr blog My Parents Were Awesome, and they've put together a contest where people submit vintage photos of their parents from their youth. Send your favorite photos to My Parents Were Awesome, then hit up the Kodak Facebook page, and you can print out a coupon that lets you print up your photos at places like CVS, Albertsons, Lewis Drugs and Ritz Camera.

No word yet on what you get if you win the My Parents Were Awesome contest, but besides becoming Internet famous, you'll probably also get a t-shirt. Facebook pages are becoming a popular way for companies to advertise now, but people can also use those pages to offer their feedback to those companies in real time. Don't sweat it if you have to flip through a 1000 Facebook photos to find the 20 you want to print, you might end up deciding to actually have them framed.

Tell us in the comments section if you can't wait for this contest or if you've been completely thrown off by the new Facebook layout and design.