Showing posts from 2010

Undelete Tip of the Day

If you haven't done it yet, you probably will. That is delete some photos from your digital camera that you didn't entirely mean to delete. Luckily, thanks to ZDNet I found a good way to recover deleted photos: Pandora Recovery was fast, easy free and worked great!

Cheese Tip of the Day

Apparently, Steak 'n Shake charges less to get a side of cheese than to get cheese fries. Of course when you get the side of cheese you can dump it on your cheese-less fries.

Tip of the Mother’s Day: has links to 33 Ways to show mom how much you appreciate her, without dropping a ton of cash. Ideas from free to upgrading what you were going to do anyway.

McTip of the Day

It what will surely be a news flash to many, the drive through, isn't always that fastest way to get your McGriddle. When the drive-thru line is around the block, or just around the building it may be faster to park and order inside. Especially during breakfast hours. Who knows you might accidently burn a couple of calories while you're at it.

Facebook & Email Tip of the Day

You can now respond to Facebook comments by replying to the email alert. You may never have to log into Facebook ever again! - AStev

Happy 5th Birthday to Us

Five years ago, this very lunch break, Pete & Jay's Tip O Day Day was born! What a remarkable and hilarious 5 years it has been. Thanks for making it worth it by being a loyal listener and first time caller.. While tips may not come everyday these days, the tip for today is to still check in every once in a while. Because you never know when you can use a couple of pointers on emus , racking leaves , eating Oreos , sweet tea , cruising , nursing homes , listening , cell phones , Halloween , whipped cream , Harleys , spicing up office life , socks , and of course free stuff

Airline Fees Tip of the Day

Nothing riles me up like a sick badger more than hidden fees. Smarter Travel comes to the rescue with The "Ultimate" Guide to Airline fees

Camera Tip of the Day

Tip of the day for WHEN, not IF, you lose your camera. By Photojojo: -Jay