so after watching part of the video I still believe that part of the "artifact " ( to borrow the term used in video ) of communication over internet is that EVERYBODY is a author , teacher , preacher and other synonyms, irregardless of how qualified they really are , but how such activity feeds their ego or pocketbook.
Interestingly in the part I payed attention to , the speaker states that the discussion is not for the fellow who asked the question , nor for the group who attempted to answer it. The discussion is for the folks who MAY have a similar question and / or problem and find the discussion beneficial.
That IMHO confirms my initial statement above - everybody "participates" in some form or another which in no way guarantees that the answer or just the discussion has solid, true foundation.
And I not that naive to expect admissions that participant knows nothing about the subject - something about in the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king.
Bottom line - I value forums in whatever format ( exuding "fritzing" and videos) as a good source where to gain experience , not as a replacement for learning and teaching.
Unless administrators of this forum rule otherwise, I'll stick around here and choose how and when to participate , or just ignore the kings.