My answer is - I find all of these things useful - answers in these forums, written blog posts, YouTube videos, live streaming events - though like you, I usually find the timing a problem and so watch a recording.
Forum answers - really useful, but in the way they are displayed, I can't just browse. Adobe - how about letting us see all posts, or at least provide a link for all answered questions in the same way that there is a link for unanswered questions? [I realise all the forums are like this, not just CA].
Written blog posts - really useful if they include lots of screenshots - but very time-consuming to create - and how to find them?
YouTube videos - very useful but how to find them? YT search is clunky. Re finding examples in the middle of a long video - Okay Samurai is the model here - with contents linked in the video description including timestamps. Just brilliant (like the rest of his output). Re video length - I love the Premiere Pro (and other) very short videos on the YT channel 'Adobe in a Minute'. However - I watched your supposedly "low quality" 'Using Blends' video linked in your post above and it wasn't boring at all - or low quality - the very occasional "pauses, umm and ahs" are just fine by me. The only refinement I would suggest - if you had time - would be to edit in a close-up view of the timeline (and maybe the properties panel) when appropriate. Thank you - I hope for more!
"Do we need a central place to share content?" - Oh yes, yes, yes! A continually updated list of resources would be great - maybe sectioned for 'beginning learners' and others?? Maybe all of us could contribute somehow?
“Forum answers - really useful, but in the way they are displayed, I can't just browse”. I think the desktop theme limits you to 10 max, but mobile you get a much longer list.
thx for the other feedback and offer - I will wait for any more feedback.
I put up another video: I love (debugging) Turtles - YouTube - the overall channel is Extra Ordinary Behind the Scenes - YouTube if anyone wants to subscribe. I need to try different software. OBS Studio is going crazy on me too often - wasting too much time verifying the video and chopping out the corrupted parts.