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And I highly recommend you consult with a lawyer before scraping for data if you plan to do anything public with it.
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We're using them at StarStreet.com and have been really happy with them.
Let me know if you'd like an intro to them, we just split a booth with them at the sloan sports conference and their new stuff is really exciting.
But it'll look great in your portfolio!