Sue, There is probably a better way to do this, but here is something that would work. Record the station using Ham Radio Deluxe. All you need is an audio line from your speaker or line out jack to the sound card on the PC. It can be set to record a certain file size, something like 10 megs, and then it writes that file and starts a new one. Record an entire night, 6 hours worth.
Originally Posted by AF6LJ
Then (you will be listening to a program from 24 hours ago) download all those mp3 files to an Apple ipod and listen to them with it. Question is, because I never owned an ipod, can you easily jump over commercials with it? I figure you can easily have it play one mp3 after another in sequence, that should be no problem.
Fighting commercials with technology.
Originally Posted by WB2WIK
I sell a line of plastics, and I travel on the road.
And I have a case of samples, which (believe me!) is a load!
Every night a strange cafe, a strange hotel, and then
Early in the morning I am on the road again.
When the season's over and my lonesome journey ends,
That's the only time I see my family and my friends.
I drive up Ocean Parkway, and before I stop the car
My ma leans out the window and she hollers, "Here we are!!"
Shake hands with your Uncle Max, my boy, and here is your sister, Shirl,
And this is your cousin Isabelle (that's Irving's oldest girl).
And do you remember the Tishman twins, Gerald and Jerome?
We all came out to greet you and to wish you Welcome Home!
Meet Marowitz, Barowitz, Handelman, Shandelman,
Sperber and Gerber and Steiner and Stone,
Moscowitz, Lubowitz, Aaronson, Barrinson,
Feidman and Fineman and Friedman and Cohen.
Smalowitz, Walowitz, Teitelbaum, Mandelbaum,
Levin, Levinsky, Levine and Levi,
Grumber, Schlumberger, Minkus and Pinkus
And "Stein" (with an "ei") and "Styne" (with a "y").
Shake hands with your Uncle Saul, mine boy,
And here is your brother Sid.
And here is your cousin Yetta, who expects another kid.
Whenever you're on the road, my boy, wherever you may roam,
We'll all be here when you come back to wish you WELCOME HOME!
A day without thermonuclear fusion
is like a day without sunshine.
Semper ubi sub ubi.
73 de Pat, K7KBN
CWO4 USNR Ret.
Originally Posted by WB2WIK
Anything important I DVR...
Originally Posted by K2XT
When I know in advance what's on C2C is something I am interested in I do record it.
I have a computer dedicated to the process.
That computer is older and consumes less power than this one does and it tucked away where it's noise isn't a bother.
I have all the podcasts for the last seven years for the radio show I listen to during the mornings.
If there is something on that show that is important to keep I can ether edit a copy of the podcast or get the video from their website... If I am here I usually watch the video anyway.
While it is a radio show there is a parallel video show.
Conspiracy Theorists Are People
Who Question The Statements Made By Known Liars.
Boy, I didn't know anybody was alive anymore that listened to Alan Sherman's stuff.
Haven't actually listened to it in probably 40 years, but I remember it.
Originally Posted by WF7A
A government which robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend on the support of Paul.
-- George Bernard Shaw
KOGO the kangaroo mascot for KOGO channel 10 in 1967
Every ham should be honey baked and spiral sliced
You know you're a Texan when Whataburger is pronounced Waterburger
Lake between Montrose and Ridgway Colo
If you like music (any genre), news, sports, yak yak radio, etc and want minimum or no commercial interruptions you might consider downloading iTunes (it's free, just google the name) and then click on radio in the iTunes Library Menu. For just music I often use Pandora or Grooveshark.
At the moment on iTunes:
Adult Contempory - 302 streamers
Alternate Rock 313
Classic Rock 253
Golden Oldies 198
Hard Rock / Metal 191
INternational / World 743
News / talk 419
RnB / Soul 166
Top 40 Pop 517
70's Retro 72
80's Flashback 147
90's Hits 69
You can't fix stupid Ron White
That's the same format and I bet the same tune as, "It seems that only yesterday I sailed from Erin's port, aand on that ship from Erin's isle, I landed in New York..."
Originally Posted by K7KBN
Soem of the above is the best I remember. It was "Dear Old Donegal" by Crosby.
If you have to worry about the cost of HF e-mail, you can't afford the boat.
CW: The mode that accomplishes the most with the least circuitry, the least spectrum, and the least power.
What hath God wrought?
He hath wrought that pounding brass still kicks .- ... ...
I don't watch TV and I'm sick of those goat ugly Geico cavemen
An empty head is not really empty; it is stuffed with rubbish. Hence the difficulty of forcing anything into an empty head. Eric Hoffer
Any religion that endorses violence is incapable of delivering spiritual enlightenment. Pat Condell
your failure to comprehend does not compel me to explain.
Wise people talk because they have something to say. Fools talk because they have to say something.
Expect to get half of what you earn, a quarter of what is your due, and none of what you have lent, and you will be near the mark.
You haven't watched for a while.
Originally Posted by AD5MB
The cavemen got replaced by a talking gecko. He was great but for some reason he got fired and was replaced by a pig.
Flo from Progressive, on the other hand, is still with them. They tried to replace her with a robot, but the robot had an unfortunate electrical failure during one of the commercials so for the time being, Flo's position with the company remains un-jeopardized.
"The best number is 73. Why? 73 is the 21st prime number. Its mirror (37) is the 12th and its mirror (21) is the product of multiplying, 7 and 3. ... In binary, 73 is a palindrome, 1001001 which backwards is 1001001."
-Dr. Sheldon Cooper, (Jim Parsons), "Big Bang Theory"
"Just to invite your attention to "73" in Morse code--also a palindrome."