Tuesday Signal: A Rare Slow Day, Enjoy It

(image) A relatively slow day in the newsosphere, and nothing really jumps out. So as to not waste your valuable time, I’ll get right to the links:

Apple, Facebook, Google to return to Senate May 19 (Electronista) More fun on Capital Hill for three of the most important companies in the Internet Economy. This is getting real, folks. See also Facebook And The iPad May Be No Match For Johnny Law (FC)

Amex Offers Display Ads to SMBs (ClickZ) Smart move by a company that continues to innovate (and yes, Amex is an FM partner).

Why not link to sources? (Doc) Indeed, what’s with that?

Ol’ Mark Pincus Had a Farm… (VF) A profile of the fellow behind Zynga.

Bing Debuts Social Search with New Facebook Integration (RWW) Strategically, Microsoft is leveraging its ability to work well with Facebook against its main search rival Google, which is allergic to Facebook, in the main.

1 million Facebook fans brings in an average of 826 likes and 309 comments per post (TNW) Research shows the engagement a million fans brings. I’m not that impressed, to be honest.

Top 5 Social Networks for Fashion Lovers (Lifescoop) Who knew there even were five social networks for fashion lovers!?

FM’s program of the day is Intel’s Lifescoop.

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