For Facebook to be as big as it is, it seems like it’d be easier to answer the question that everyone is asking:
Of course, there are a million apps for Facebook, and using them you can probably hack together a solution to get all your non-facebook content into your stream. But that’s a manual process, which is “meh” at best.
Turns out, there’s a Facebook-native way of doing it. Just go to your Facebook homepage, click on your Profile tab, and then on Settings under the Share button, as seen in the image below.
From there you can add quite a few services to your Facebook stream, which means when you add things to those services directly, that content will be displayed automatically within your Facebook page. Here are the services that I’m pulling natively into Facebook:
[ NOTE: To get your Twitter updates into Facebook, load this Facebook application, and enable the option that says: “Want Twitter to update your Facebook status? Click here!” ]
One word of caution: now that you are able to do this, prepare to be bombarded with questions from your friends like “How did you get x into your Facebook!?!”. Just point them here for now, and hopefully Facebook will do a better job at communicating this functionality in the future. ::