To be honest, Siri is pretty useless on an iPad. I mean, I can see maybe a tweaked lesser version of Siri for the iPad, but Siri as a whole is pretty pointless. Notice the iPad doesn't have voice control?
"I am trying to burn two albums to one CD. 29 songs, 192.5mb. The CD is 800 megs, but it also says 80 minutes. Does this mean it has a limit of 80 minutes of songs for some reason?"
I believe the songs you have are in mp3 format, is that correct? (they might be in other formats, too)
If so, I'm _guessing_ that the 192.5mb you're referring to above is the size of the mp3 files, but the files _after_ they are burned to CD will be much larger.
A music CD can hold 700mb of UNcompressed audio (16-bit, 44.1khz). That's 80 minutes, yes, but 29 songs may be "too much" -- that is, longer than 80 minutes once burned in CD format.
If you are using something like Toast, it will tell you the length of time and total size of the files you're trying to burn. This way, you won't "go over" the limit.
Unfortunately, I don't believe iTunes give you a precise "minutes/seconds" for playlist you're trying to burn to CD. Instead, it shows a relatively useless "1.2" hours, or something like that. Wonder why they don't fix this.
Maximum playing time is 79.8 minutes
Minimum duration for a track is 4 seconds (including 2-second pause)
Maximum number of tracks is 99
Maximum number of index points (subdivisions of a track) is 99 with no maximum time limit
International Standard Recording Code (ISRC) should be included
A lot of modern CD players, DVD players and car audio headunits have the ability to play MP3 files direct from a CD...if yours doers you could just burn a disk of MP3s instead of an Audio CD - then you'll fit about 10 albums on a disk!