Librarians find, compile, and share: See iLibrarian posts:
“30 Twitter Accounts to Follow for Technology News and Insights,” by Ellyssa Kroski, June 20, 2013 (From Pogue, Hurley. Li, Stone to ReadWrite, Kotaku, and more.)
“The Ultimate, Mega, Essential Website Design Guide – 115 Tools and Resources,” Ellyssa Kroski, June 26, 2013
These are not “stupid” questions. Yes, I’m sure there are “stupid” questions, but they usually come out of my mouth (why don’t people in the sun-belt and the middle-east corner the market on solar energy technology?), not the mouths of people who visit my library.
Answers to questions can be found almost anywhere, from t-shirts to novels one reads on airplanes. One place I find a lot of practical advice, simply presented, is at iLibrarian. They are masters of the Top Ten, Top Thirteen, 18 Different Ways to Do x lists. (Law librarians love finding other people who have already done half the research 🙂
These (CMS and website cost) are two questions that could be answered plenty of other places, but at iLibrarian I often read the answer right before someone emails my library with the question.