Another day another batch of Facebook related material. That is not altogether surprising. We ran a series of posts (part one, part wo, part three, part four) from Nancy Miller author of the The Facebook IPO Primer a couple of weeks ago knowing that this day would come. Unfortunately, for us, we will likely have to do another linkfest tomorrow. Without any further ado what the Interweb is saying about Facebook on the day Facebook’s IPO is set to price:

Aswath Damodaran thinks Facebook is a long-term sell.  (Musings on Markets)

Facebook is “priced for perfection.”  (TechInsidr)

Investors are hungry for Facebook ($FB) but not for the rest of the stock market.  (Barron’s)

One of these days Facebook will trade with a Google ($GOOG)-like valuation. When is the big question.  (Henry Blodget)

You won’t be able to use a market order on the open of Facebook or any other IPO.  (MarketBeat)

Ritholtz on the Facebook IPO: wait for better prices down the road.  (WashingtonPost)

Most IPOs are no great shakes.  (Marketblog)

Why Facebook may be the last great IPO for quite some time.  (Term Sheet)

Pretty soon index funds will be forced to buy Facebook shares.  (Focus on Funds)

Why Facebook is going public now:  capital gains taxes.  (Term Sheet)

Facebook will have a trickle down effect on other social media plays.  (Pando Daily)

Why Facebook is a better bet than Google: network effects.  (The Atlantic)

Three things Facebook needs to do right now.  (Fortune)

The one great risk facing Facebook: no competition.  (Wired)

Advertisers have mixed feelings about Facebook.  (Dealbook)

VCs love the Facebook mafia.  (GigaOM)

The Facebook IPO is already affecting San Francisco area home prices.  (The Basis Point)

The ultimate Facebook IPO linkfest: part one.  (Abnormal Returns)

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