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Tripit.com works for me - I haven't tried the Pro version, but the free version does quite nicely. The UI couldn't be simpler - you simply forward your confirmation emails to email@example.com, and they parse the results & present them to you. I've used it with a number of different airlines, car reservations, and hotel reservations, and never had a ...
We always use www.doodle.com to manage our meetings. It's specially helpful to find a time/date slot that fits everybody. Give it a try. I'm in their Outlook Connector Beta Program, with that, my outlook calendar is always in sync with it. And here the individual points: To be able to propagate invitations to friends through either email and/or social ...
There's also amiando which I've used when registering for a few events. (This is also what they used for StackOverflow DevDays.) As a user (someone registering for the event) it was fine. Not sure on features but I've only seen it used for paid events.
From what I know, Dacast could be a good option for you with a moderated chat room, streaming a screencast and webcam video. Regarding the first two, I am not sure. Try and see other solutions, like Ooyala or Brightcove as well. These are all similar platforms.
Google+ Events were announced and launched at Google I/O on June 27, 2012. As you'd expect it allows you to create an event and invite people, even if they're not Google+ users. Among some of its neat features: Themes, featuring cinegraphs (animated GIFs with subtle movement to them) to personalize the event Integration with Google Calendar ...
You should be able to do this with Doodle: http://doodle.com/ Create an event for your 3 dates, then restrict the selections for to limit the participant to one per event. You can look at a test here or here for the admin interface (I couldn't find how to add more description for each timeslot though)
I think EventHoller does everything you're looking for, it lets you create different ticket types and you can set limits on how many of each type are sold. It has a couple other cool features as well. It also accepts a variety of payment options, which you mentioned you are looking for. It also makes it easy for organizers and attendees to contact eachother, ...
I suggest you try Shastic, a free ticketing service that is super easy to use, you can set it up in 2 minutes and you can use Paypal to receive payment instantly as each ticket is sold.
What about Pingg? They seem to cater for most if not all the features you are looking for. List of features (some are paid features) Invitation & eCard Designs pingg Gallery Designer Series Custom Design Your Image pingg Plus Designers pingg Vault Connecting with your Audience Online pinggs Postal pinggs Digital ...
I've tried TripIt and TripCase. Both are good although I prefer the TripCase interface. Both have iPhone apps, and probably apps for other smartphones. I've just got back from a trip involving Australia, the US and Mexico, and TripCase worked seamlessly with updating airflight times and hotel reservations.
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