Over on Vox, the team has just posted their personal lists of the things they give thanks for. But perhaps one of the things we're most thankful for is the warm reception Vox has gotten from its community. It's not just from within our Vox neighborhood -- Vox's praises are being sung from some of the most prominent reviewers in the media.
And then just yesterday, the Wall Street Journal offered its opinion on Vox. Walt Mossberg and Katherine Boehret took a look at the community and offered some great insights:
This week, we tested a new, free blogging service called Vox, www.vox.com, from Six Apart Ltd., a blogging software company. One of Vox's best attributes is its ability to label each individual post, or entry, with a different privacy filter, so that instead of setting your blog to be entirely private or entirely public, you can pick and choose what you want to share.
Vox also excels at making it easy to add photos, audio, videos and book links to your blog without any prior expertise. It lets you incorporate content from Web sites like YouTube, Amazon and photo-sharing site Flickr in only a couple of steps. Viewing of each multimedia element can also be restricted to people you choose. Vox is supported by ads that aren't intrusive or distracting.
Thanks to everyone who's embraced Vox, and if you haven't signed up yet, register for free and join the community. If you're already a member, stay tuned -- tomorrow's Question of the Day will give you the chance to tell your neighborhood exactly what you're thankful for.