About

Narble Furt lives in a small wad of beach flotsam between the ears of Jim Stewart, who also writes under the name J.R. Stewart (see www.jamesrichardstewart.com). Although born in Chicago in the middle of the previous century, Jim has always been very close to one coast or the other. Portland, Oregon, where he lives and works now, is as far from the beach as he’s lived in a long, long while. He is still considering if the trade-offs are worth it.

Please don’t try to find any hidden meanings in the Narbles. You would just be disappointed.

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9 Responses to About

  1. Bill Rendle says:

    World class inspiration

  2. Hi Narble, first of all, I’d like to thank you for commenting on my blog, and for the like, too. As for your question, you can upload to your blog any audio files that you may have on your computer. All you have to do is buy some extra space from WordPress.com. Make sure to use MP3 audio files because WAVE audio files take up too much space, and when I say “too much”, I mean it. I don’t think there is a limit for how much audio you can have on your blog. You, however, cannot forget that the more audio you have, the more space you need to buy. I hope this brief explanation helps you start using audio on your blog, which, by the way, is fantastic. See you, Mr. Violin.

  3. I’m terribly sorry. I’ve sent this piece of information to the wrong person. Please, ignore it. Thank you, Mr. Violin.

  4. Nickie Brook says:

    Great blog! Thanks for stopping by my page 🙂

  5. Thanks for visiting Turquoise Compass today!
    Jessica

  6. den169 says:

    Real good stuff! Write on! –Dennis

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