I would like to take a moment to address the usage of the ">" symbol, which seems to be all the rage lately. Apparently, not everyone is clear on it's meaning. If I myself haven't been misinterpreting it, I believe that ">" is the symbol that means 'greater than', which denotes something that is better or larger than another. In the case of how it is used, when the symbol is positioned thusly ">", it means that the word (or whatever is used) preceding it is greater than the thing that comes after it. Two possible other confused uses of this symbol I have seen were as an 'equals' and as some kind of arrow.
Just wanted to clear that up but since only a few will read this, it's probably a drop in the ocean.