When you're employed by a company, you become a representative of that company. Whether you like it or not, when you leave your place of work you have to keep up appearances, make it look like the people giving you a paycheck are not completely out of their minds. Same goes for your online behavior. When you take to your social network of choice, it'd do you good to keep an eye on what you do and what you say, lest a higher up sees you Twitpic'ing images of you with two bottles of Grey Goose and your eyes rolled into the back of your head. It's not a good look. Take the following 10 examples of people getting fired because of social media as a warning: the Internet is watching.