Vox is a web-based blogging platform that also acts as a social networking platform. Written in Perl, users could pick pre-defined designs, upload videos, control accessibility to posts, create banners, link content from other sites such as YouTube, Flickr, iFilm and Photobucket, and more.
Vox was launched in October 2006 by Six Apart, an American software company. The company went out of service by September 2010.
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