Or at least if they do, they should give it Public visibility so it can be linked to from outside of Facebook.
What rattled my cage was a post by Dave Winer on his Scripting News site, which always worth a read, incidentally.
Dave Winer says:
You know what pisses me off. A guy writing the best political blog out there, on Facebook. So after I read his piece and think “everyone should see this” I can't send the link outside of Facebook.
We have this incredible thing called the web and we don't use it.
Yes, I admit I’m not the biggest fan of Zuckerberg and his privacy-busting, pseudo-narcotic corporate silo, but I don’t understand why anyone with anything interesting to say would run their blog on Facebook.
Newspapers don’t just post on Facebook. The BBC doesn’t. Shops don’t. Even Facebook doesn’t (see their Newsroom and Media Blog). Why then should an individual do themselves such a disservice?
Facebook is meant for people who don’t have anything interesting to say to the rest of the world. That’s why it’s shielded behind a virtual barbed-wire fence away from the real web, so that we can keep all those photographs of people’s lunches out of sight.
I could rant on for some considerable time about this subject, but I won’t, just this once.