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2009_01_boorah.jpgFor all you industry folk, BooRah is launching a new service that allows restaurateurs and chefs to track everything written about their restaurants on the interwebs: "The 2-year-old firm, which started as a restaurant search site, is expanding to create summaries of everything that's being written about a particular dining establishment ... The reports, which will be available to restaurateurs for $14.95, will detail top review sources, overall ratings and top sentiments among reviewers, and track trends over six months." Jury's still out on whether it's worth a pricetag, but according to the article, Doug "Not Sisyphus" Washington isn't impressed. [Chron]

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