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  • Vox was an Internet blogging service run by Six Apart, which ran from October 26, 2006 to September 30, 2010. Before launching, it had the codename "Project Comet". The service claimed to be more streamlined and easier-to-use than other blogging tools available. Its design had features often associated with the Web 2.0 trend. The service was more focused on social networking features than other blogging platforms. Such features included the ability to set permissions on who is able to view each post and a friends list on the sidebar. Vox was written in Perl, using the Catalyst framework. On September 2, 2010, Six Apart announced Vox would be closed permanently by the end of the month, providing export tools to their TypePad blogging platform and to Flickr. New content could be posted to the service until September 15, 2010, and it closed permanently on September 30, 2010. The domain name was sold by SAY Media to Vox Media for a new general news site, Vox.