I don't know whether it is the start of the school year, but I feel like I am seeing more and more questions that could very easily be answered by the OP with a simple Google search.
An example was an OP that experienced "Error Code -36" when attempting to move a directory from one drive to another.
I did the Google search error code 36 finder and the first article returned had a solution for the problem from OS X Daily.
In a way I almost feel like we are doing a disservice to the OPs with providing them an answer that is more detailed than:
The answer to this can be found by performing the Google search ______
While this may be a bit snarky, it also may get them in the habit of going to Google and typing in what we have written, sort of in the spirit of Zed Shaw's "Learn The Hard Way" series. I don't even think that we should provide a hyperlink. If this gets them into the mindset of "I'll do a few Google searches on my own before I ask," it may help them not only by making them more autonomous users but may also help to improve the quality of the questions that are actually asked and reduce the moderation effort to keep the site properly curated.
I am less inclined to ignore the questions as there are people who genuinely don't know what is going on or that their problem isn't unique and there are resources that can be found with one or two well thought out search terms. It is also easy to panic when you encounter an error and that tends to reduce some people's ability to problem solve. The problem becomes that it is difficult to determine those from the people who just rush here to ask everything while putting no thought into it.
I would be interested in hearing what other's thoughts are, as it starts becoming discouraging rather quickly when you try to provide helpful answers, but realize the same answer could have just as easily been found by the OP with a simple search engine query in far less time.
And if I need to make a proposal, it would be that when a question is posed that only requires a simple search that we resolve to answer, in the comments, with something similar to what I highlighted above.