One of the things that I appreciate about the tech community (and especially the Apple community) is the wealth of knowledge available, and the willingness of others to share that knowledge. I remember the first Macworld Expo and Conference that I attended in 2005... I met so many incredible people and learned so much from each one. I still keep in contact with some of those friends today.
While we can't all go to conferences all the time, it's still great to knowledge share, and there are plenty of ways to do that from anywhere. This Tech Talk site is one of the many ways that I share my knowledge with others, and there are many sites just like this on the Internet. There are even some formal sites dedicated to sharing knowledge. Here's one that I recommend visiting.
Apple's official discussion forum can be found at http://discussions.apple.com and is full of grew information on just about anything Apple (and even a lot of non-Apple tech). As you can see from the screenshot above, there are two ways to navigate the site:
- by searching
- by category
Regardless of how you choose to navigate, you'll find that it's easy to use. A lot of the contributors to the site are regular people like you and me, but there are also quite a number of contributions by Apple engineers (yes, they do have spare time once in a while).
As you browse the site and run into questions that others have posted, feel free to give your input as well! You just never know how your input can help someone else.