The Feathers Facebook page will be a low-traffic (no more than one post per day, probably more like once a week) news and cool links sort of thing. Big announcements will be there, obviously. Probably leading to a more detailed post here on my blog. However, I expect to most commonly post links to videos and websites for cool apps, games, or experiments that were built with Feathers.
For example, I’ve posted videos of two apps this week, including the beautifully-designed Teleport file-sharing app that’s in development and a nice little educational app by Martin Bjeld. Here’s the video of the Teleport app:
You can also follow me on Twitter, but you’ll also get my random opinions on tech news, Flash and Flex thoughts and questions (yes, I’m still working on legacy Flex apps for clients), and more mundane Feathers “I wrote some documentation today” sorts of things mixed in there too.
If you’re interested in only Feathers specifically, and you might be looking for some cool stuff to show your boss if you need to convince him that Feathers and Starling are the right tools for the job, then Like Feathers on Facebook.