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Crowd-sourcing dinner: A social media faux-pas?

A new crowd-sourcing Web site will make it possible for you to host the dinner party of your dreams — but it may do so at the expense of good manners. Zokos is a site that allows people to chip in cash for a friend to host a dinner party for the group, charging $30 plus a 3 percent fee for each transaction. The hosts set the number of guests and the amount they’d like each to chip in for the party.
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