It depends how you ask the question. I love a good reference question, but sometimes they need some help to pass muster from people that vote to close. We are here to help you if it’s really one clear question and you can show your research (even awful research makes a question very good since lots of people can share how to do better research, and it the Internet loves a thing, it’s showing someone they are wrong about something - we just insist the tone be civil and not personal when you say a post is wrong.)
We have specific guidance about asking for off-site reference questions. Here are questions closed with that request for improvement.
Any of the above could get reopened once research is added and it meets quality standards as viewed by people with privileges to cast reopen votes.
Questions asking to recommend or find a Mac, book, tool, tutorial or other off-site resource are off-topic for Ask Different as they tend to attract opinionated answers and spam. Instead, edit this question to describe the problem and what research has been done so far to solve it.
So, show your research, try to make it about someone adding experience to help you find a better resource than the best one you could locate. If you say “I googled and nothing worked” you can expect swift close votes, but even then no worries, we can help you with edits and get it reopened.