To start, I think a thank you is in order. I've spent many hours trying to figure out how to start my own website and I'm quite thankful to have found Ryan's podcast. I cautiously sat through the first episode with high hopes for a legit resource and Ryan definitely delivers. Immediately after I pressed subscribe. However, throughout the course of his updates I've grown to appreciate many things about his podcast. Firstly, his teaching style: He's not afraid to make a mistake. This is not to say that he makes too many of them, but when he does, he turns it into a learning experience. Which, to me is more valuable than watching someone do EVERYTHING right. Secondly, he leaves no stone unturned. By this I mean that he takes the time to explain exactly what he's doing: Defining terms and explaining how different portions of code relate to each other. I could keep going with my praise for his podcast but I'll just sum this up by saying: If you're a beginner at web-design, this podcast is an absolute must. Great job Ryan, you're the man!