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The popular online invitation service Evite (www.evite.com) is testing out version 2.0 of its party-planning offerings.
The site's new features let event organizers make their get-togethers public, if they wish, and in some cities can also recommend places to throw a shindig.
While many of Evite's 5 million users have employed the site only to stage private events such as baby showers, the 2.0 additions aim to push Evite regulars to be a little more social with each other. For example, they can post "My Info" pages that catalogue their interests and display their photos. At some point, the site might then use this data to …