Man, I tried to get into photography, read several books and know about all the common rules, but it never helped me make good photographs. I think there's just something in my character that prevents me from being a good photographer. Like, photo artists I know will stand in the place without a movement for hours until they get a clear shot or something, I never have that kind of patience. I also have problems focusing on one object, instead I try to fit as much interesting details around, until the picture is totally crowded. It's so much easier when you draw it. So eventually I gave up on trying to make nice photos so now I just make crappy holliday photos that don't have any meaning to anyone but me.
Anyways, this site seems like it's for the newest of all novices. Kind of like "Photography for kids". I learned most of these things by intuition. Some of them are wrong in educational way, like when you tell a novice to follow some strict rules because you think he's not experienced enough to bend those rules.
Doesn't seem very educational, but some of mistake photos are a riot. "Try photographing so that it doesn't look upside down". Heh.