How to dl to a cd?
This might work and might not. Might also crash your computer. I’ve done this with movie trailers that I wanted to get off my computer yet save in hardcopy to view later. (Having trailers on your desktop slows down your computer). Check copyright rules first. Usually free Internet dl copyright allows for download to your PC but not dispersion from your PC to other PCs. It basically allows one copy per PC.
Anyway, if you’ve got Windows, click START, then System tools, Disk cleanup. You’ll see file types and checkboxes. Click the checkbox to delete “Temporary Internet Files.” Then make like you’re about to delete the Temp Internet Files. The computer will calculate the files to be deleted. Then, a prompt box will appear that asks if you want to view files before deleting them. Click to view files. You’ll see a series of folders with wierd alphanumeric names. Open them one by one and view the contents. Look for audio files or mp3 files. If you see one, highlight it and drag it onto your desktop. Don’t be alarmed if your computer makes a loud ping. That’s normal. Then, simply open it from your desktop to see if it’s one of Bishop Sheen’s talks.
Incidentally, this is a GREAT way to see if your kids are looking at internet porn, because every single image you access on the internet is stored in “Temporary Internet Files,” including text, images, video and sound.
Also, it’s good to delete the Temp files every so often, because too many of them will slow down your computer.
Anyway, give it a shot — but don’t disperse the mp3’s without permission from those websites. I’d bet they’d be willing to grant you some ability to disperse, being that we all want to spread the wisdom of Bishop Sheen. Just ask them.
Anyway, you should be able to move the files from your desktop to a cd.