This is not directed to Stack Overflow as discussed many times before, SO does not seem to be in the social networking business. So let's not about talk Stack Overflow okay? (If there was a meta.stackexchange.com I wouldn't have to write this note)
What I am inquiring about is whether Stack Exchange will be looking at creating an application using Facebook Open Graph methods.
The current applications available are showcased at http://www.facebook.com/about/timeline/apps/ of which includes
Is it possible that Stack Exchange is looking for something similar?
e.g. Juni Cornilius answered Is it possible to cook a whole fish in a dishwasher?
The reason why is that this can be used as a great promotional device in a similar fashion to the current "Share link on Facebook, Twitter". As the number of SE sites grow there may be a greater need to promote one's own site and sometimes the MultiCollider SuperDropdown™ is not enough.
All sites are equal, but some sites are more equal than others.
Here are some screen shots to show what I mean. I rather not talk about possible overhead: Open Graph protocol should be integrated but rather what are other cons/pros to doing this. Seeing that Stack Exchange users are not allowed to handle the SE twitter accounts and instead asked to use their self as a brand, this may be a step in the right direction, in my opinion. If this was possible outside of SE, I would try it but looking at the documentation, I am not so sure.
Maybe Cooking does not want this but you get the idea, regular non-technical Joes sharing their knowledge.
Again, refrain from using SO as a basis, this will be about the regular joes.