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Using WordPress on IIS7

January 3, 2009

I’ve been running WordPress 2.7 for a few weeks now and I have been very happy with it so far. In this post I’ll share my thought process behind running WordPress on IIS7 and the details on how I have it setup. I setup my first blog back in 2006 running on dasBlog. I was […]

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Use Your Google Account as an OpenID Provider for Your Blog

December 30, 2008

I’m running a self-hosted WordPress 2.7 blog on a GoDaddy.com IIS7 hosting plan. Today I was trying to setup my blog as an OpenID provider so I could use it to login to OpenID enabled sites like stackoverflow. My first attempt was to use the WordPress OpenID plugin. Beside the fact that I couldn’t get […]

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Software I Use Almost Every Day

December 20, 2008

I just repaved my desktop and while reloading software I thought I’d share some of the programs I use the most. Here they are in no particular order: SQL Server This is the software that pays the bills. I’ll admit though, I’m pretty excited about working with SQL Server. Databases are fun! Visual Studio Along […]

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Blog on hold

December 12, 2008

I really want to start blogging. The trouble is, I can’t get things setup the way I want them. I had settled on using blogger but I really want to have my domain as http://robboek.com and not http://www.robboek.com. The trouble is, now I can’t have it hosted by google as you can’t add a CNAME […]

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Google Chrome Won’t Start in Vista x64 – SOLVED!

November 16, 2008

This has been bugging me for months. At some point, Google Chrome just stopped working. I would double click the icon, and nothing would happen. The process would show up in task manager, but nothing would show up on the screen. I spent HOURS searching for an answer and finally gave up. Chrome was working […]

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First Post

October 10, 2008

Welcome to the first post on my second attempt at a blog. The first one failed miserably when I changed servers and was too lazy to fix a permissions issue. This time, I’ve decided to use Blogger. I’ve been very happy with Google services so far, and when I came across a post by Jeff […]

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