Facebook just filed its S1, a major step in preparing for an initial public offering (IPO) later this year. Given the natural curiosity about the world’s most popular social media site, it’s no surprise that journalists are eagerly pouring over all the numbers being revealed for the first time.

For those of you who are too busy to pour over all the Facebook-related news stories out there, here are the articles we “liked” the most:

By the Numbers: Facebook booked $3.7 billion in revenue and $1 billion in profit last year. Revenue grew by 88% over 2010, and profit rose by 65%. (source: TechCrunch)

Bill Gates 2.0: The IPO is expected to value founder Mark Zuckerberg’s stake in the company at $25 billion. (source: BusinessInsider)

Joined at the Hip: Social gaming service Zynga–which had its own IPO earlier this year–accounts for 12% of Facebook’s revenue. (source: AllThingsD)

Who Wants to be a Billionaire: Here’s a look at all the Facebook insiders who stand to make a windfall from the public offering. (source: TechCrunch)

Hacker at Heart: Zuckerberg explains the hacker way to investors. (source: BusinessInsider)

All in the Family: We’re not sure why this is news, but here’s the salary Zuckerberg’s sister was collecting when she worked at Facebook. (source: BusinessInsider)

Bringing Down the House: Interest in the Facebook S1 caused the SEC’s website to crash. (source: AllThingsD)