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Twitter has been around for five years now, and has been known as a true social media success story.

Twitter features over 200 million subscribers and sees well over 300 billion “tweets” per day. You can barely watch a movie or television show today and not see a reference to Twitter in some way.

How cool would it be if your rear view mirror could double as a security system, navigator, GPS and heads-up display, all-in-one? Thanks to the OnStar FMV (For My Vehicle) you don’t have to dream of it anymore. This is the first mirror ever packed with OnStar’s full range of services and features. It has all the same features you would find in the regular OnStar in newer vehicles, except this is compatible with over 90 million older model cars, vans and trucks on the road.

Getting an infant to sleep is easy. That is what they do; they sleep and get up, sleep, and get up. The challenge comes along when they hit toddler age. Toddlers are busy during the day and need to get to bed early and recharge for the next day. Getting a toddler to understand this is the hard part. If this sounds like your little one, then check out the sleep trainer for children, the Gro-Clock.

Here are a few more real-life examples of what to avoid when job-hunting.

Don’t sell yourself Short

This is an actual story from a friend at a placement agency. She had a short list of two finalists for a sweet sales management position. She just got finished discussing the opening with her hiring manager, who told her that “Frank” was most likely getting the job.

Our economy may be slowly recovering, but employers are still slow to offer jobs and hire new employees. This can be highly frustrating for job seekers, and makes it all that much more important to not act in a counterproductive way if you do secure an interview. Here are a few things you definitely want to avoid, based on real stories from employers.