That’s great. Another really great thing is our sponsor, Campaign Monitor. I’m really glad they’re involved with the podcast because they have this new email builder they wanted us to tell you about, called Canvas. It’s based on styles, not canned templates that you have to choose from. What I like about the sound of that is that your content actually drives the design instead of the other way around. You’re not necessarily constrained into these little uncomfortable boxes to silo your information into. Now while they do have several preset pattern layouts to choose from, they also have this really well-executed drag-and-drop functionality that’s core to the tool. I’ve been a big fan of Campaign Monitor for years, they’ve been really great and generous about giving back to the community, in terms of publishing resources to make CSS-driven email much more approachable. Generally speaking, their software is built on top of a decade’s worth of tricks and hacks to make your emails just work across all the millions of email clients out there. Which is another reason I’m really excited they’re part of a Responsive Web Design Podcast.