Installing WordPress on a PC

I’ve always known that doing this sort of thing -installing a blog script on your own PC, which requires PHP, MySQL to run- will not be easy. But here’s some documentation to reconsider:

Installing WordPress on your own Windows computer
[source: UrbanGiraffe]

The core of the setup is WAMP5. It’s a 21MB download, but the promise of the setup will make me patiently wait.

His theme looks great, too, in a non-conventional, non-Kubrick way.

[Listening to: Boys In The Band – The Libertines – Up The Bracket (3:42)]

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  1. […] I have a flashdrive, but what about just using the extra storage on my iPod for my techie experiments? Here’s one: a workstation-based webserver, but now, its residing on the iPod. I skipped WAMP, and I just set up the very slim Uniform Server (11.7MB). It lovingly works, too Tags […]

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