>Facebook chat is just a jabber server, so you can connect to it like any other jabber server. Here are the credentials to do so:
Set Domain: chat.facebook.com
Password: <your Facebook password>
Connect port: 5222
Connect server: chat.facebook.com
(Untick the box labelled “Require SSL/TLS”)
On iChat menu selexct ‘Preferences’
Click ‘Accounts’, then click ‘+’.
Select ‘Jabber’ from the pull down menu
Enter the following:
>It is possible to integrate facebook with your website events using the facebook API’s, without having to provide a login etc.
All these events are from http://www.facebook.com/thewhitemare
So all the administration is carried out on the FB page, and a small amount on the website. If you want to know how to do this, feel free to send me an email.
>This has got to be a good thing, opening up the facebook mail API. It would mean that you could read your facebook messages from outlook or Thunderbird, if the appropiate addon was written. If people want to be private, then don’t sign up to facebook or don’t put anything on facebook they want to keep private. This is facebook attempting to compete with your hotmail or gmail.
Make your mind up for yourself: