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Six Apart to Launch Vox – June 1

Comet LogoTechCrunch have announced that Six Apart (the team behind TypePad, Moveable Type and Live Journal) are releasing a new hosted blogging platform named Vox (formally named Comet) – to be launched on 1 June.

It’s been on the cards since September last year (when it was called Project Comet).

They describe Vox as half blogging platform and half social network. It looks like a pretty entry level kind of product and I’m not sure how much it will offer most ProBloggers but it will definately be something worth taking a look at.

Source: TechCrunch » SixApart To Launch Comet, Renamed Vox, on June 1

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Comments

  1. Thilak says:

    Thats great.

    One more competitor to Blogger and WordPress.com

  2. Looks pretty basic, but I’ll still probably check it out.

  3. Christine says:

    I’ll wait to see whether Six Apart start listening to their customers and deal with the major issues that have been brought up about LiveJournal and the abuse team management first…

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