I started a Pinterest board concerned with rural "methods, tools, and equipment,” and now it’s updated to include 900 practical-site links. The "pins" (descriptive entries with pics) link to sites explaining methods, technologies, repurposing options, and tips of potential value to small farms and to homesteads. https://www.pinterest.com/joelbc/homestead-methods-tools-equipment/
My intent has been to lead interested people, via links, to sources of valuable information that might otherwise remain unknown to them and perhaps difficult to locate. My board is not a "wannabe's list"—I have several decades of experience working in rural environments, and I've owned and lived on rural land for a long time. Most of the items reflect (or express) my own experience. Others lie so near my experience that I feel confident in posting them and consider them "the real deal."
I'll mention that the FarmHack site is one of the first pins I made to the Pinterest board.
I'll keep adding to the images/websites I've posted to the board as time goes on. I would also encourage others reading this to consider starting boards. It's a simple process and can broaden the exposure of information you know about and ideas you have.