That's an interesting question, and generally my answer would be "no" because Facebook has put a lot of effort into creating its own universe, generally one that's not easily reached from the rest of the Internet at large.
However, a colleague (thanks Trent Urbanski) gave me a little tip on how to reverse engineer just this sort of thing so let me share it with you so you too can create a nice "let's connect on Facebook" button for your blog or Web site...
The first thing you need to do is figure out your numeric account ID on Facebook.
The fastest way I know to get this information is to click on "Profile" on the top menu of your Facebook home pageAnswered Sep, 03 2010
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