APUG is centered on traditional photographic processes. Processes like optical enlarging, making inter-positives to make enlarged negatives, contact printing, albumen, tintypes, hand coloring and touch-up, physically dust spotting a negative, chemical toning, blah, blah, blah; we are not just about film.
It is completely possible to follow a traditional photographic path that requires absolutely no electricity, how odd is that?
Hybridphoto.com, in contrast, is about processes that start with film and then go digital. (Much like Fuji suggests.)
Digital processes, including scanning, require learning very different skills to become proficient and a different set of tools to make it work.