Posted November 22, 2006 9:43 am by with 0 comments

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Walter Mossberg takes a close look at the new private blog tools available from Vox.

There’s the positives:

  • We found the process to be quick and simple, and the results to be attractive.
  • We liked the privacy features.
  • Vox does a nice job of jazzing up the world of blogging.
  • No formatting or HTML code is necessary, a requirement that used to plague many blogging services.

And the negatives:

  • Vox also doesn’t do a great job of implementing many features that are standard in blog services.
  • Not everyone will want to register with Vox just to see your protected content.
  • Vox’s weaknesses, the most important of which is clarifying its group labels.