Weblogs are an excellent way to learn new concepts and meet new people, especially in the days of global pandemics. You simply log on and jump in to the conversation. They are usually very informal and laid back, like hanging out with old friends in video chat. You will find that the Digital Forensics community is very close knit and very cross-platform. Regardless of the tools you are using, the concepts are the same, as are many of the people.
Here are some excellent weblogs to get you started and to introduce you to some faces in the field.
Magnet Forensics - Cache up - with Jessica Hyde:
Cellebrite - Life has no CTRL+ALT+DEL - with Heather Mahalik
Cellebrite - I beg to DFIR - with Ronen Engler, Heather Mahalik, and Paul Lorentz
Cellebrite - Carved from Unallocated - with Matt Goeckel and Heather Mahalik
SANS DFIR 3 Minute Max - with Kevin Ripa
Forensic Lunch - with David Cowen
Oxygen - Forensic Happy Hour - with Lee Reiber
If you'd like to attend them live, then follow the authors on Twitter for updates.
Jessica Hyde: https://twitter.com/B1N2H3X
Heather Mahalik: https://twitter.com/HeatherMahalik
Ronen Engler: https://twitter.com/TheNewMyself
Paul Lorentz: https://twitter.com/PaulScurvy
Matt Goeckel: https://twitter.com/mattforensic
Kevin Ripa: https://twitter.com/kevinripa
David Cowen: https://twitter.com/HECFBlog
Lee Reiber: https://twitter.com/oxygenforensic