Thanks for the suggestion. Actually, I did a search for the company and called Jeremy. He was not in, but I left a message on his voice mail.
Since he was not in, I tried to install the system on a server from Darn Good Solutions, http://www.dgs2.net. (They provide a tremendous amount of bandwith, and the cost is $12.95/month.)
Initially WordPress did not register properly. When I called their Customer Support (good service and 24/7) they said they did not see anything wrong with my installation, but if I uninstalled it, and used a feature in their control panel, I could install it.
I uninstalled my version, rebooted to clear out any miscellaneous .dll tendrils and reinstalled from the Value Applications of the control panel (26 apps, mostly PHP.)
Then, I downloaded the newly-installed files into my local Dreamweaver site.
Finally, I followed the instructions for installing PodPress by placing the files into my local directories, and then uploading them. (See http://www.mightyseek.com/podpress/)
This sounds like a lot, but in less than ten minutes, I had the entire installation up and running. Simple!
I still have a lot to learn about using PodPress, and I have yet to get it to run off of http://moam.wordpress.com/, but I'm very encouraged because everything seems to be on track to using it on http://alanjordan.com/wordpress/.