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Facebook, Evite, MySpace, Upcoming, Meetup, and Google Calendar listings can now be fed into the invitation start-up, founded by Friendster creator Jonathan Abrams.
If you're planning on planning a party, Evite might be your first choice. But we've compiled a list of 10 alternatives that could make your invite just a little better.
Jonathan Abrams has a new site. It's a little bit like Evite, but with wit and humor.
None of the many small invitation start-ups have been able to make much of a dent in behemoth Evite's market share, so this could be a good sign for one of them.
Party-planning tool MyPunchbowl has a new "design studio" for creating online invitations. It looks startlingly like paper.
Electronic invitations have long been the domain of clip art and impromptu backyard pool parties. But with improved options and more focus on eco-consciousness, that's changing.
It's long since passe in the United States, but the social network is surging in Asia, so it's hired an executive familiar with the territory and raised money to help continue expanding.
Give gifts with buddies using WujWuj.
Coordinatr takes a Twitter-like approach to party planning.