So, I may have gotten into a bad (good?) habit of turning to the relevant SE site whenever I have a question - I barely even google things anymore. I've become accustomed to if I have a specific question, SE has a specific answer. Every once in a while I can't find a question on SE, and this rattles my world view a bit. I do some preliminary googling, and usually find it in the first or second link, no harm done. My next instinct at this point, as that this question should be on the appropriate SE site, because I asked it, ergo, others will ask it.
I know this has a lot to do with the philosophy of each SE site, but should SE become a list of all possible questions? Is there a minimum "The answer to this question needs to take x amount of minutes to research before you should consider posting it", and more importantly, if you've researched it, found the answer, and found the answer useful, should you post the question and answer it for future SE users, or is the fact that you so easily found an answer an indication that it shouldn't be on the SE network?