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August 10, 2006

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I'm Den's son - MySpace looks better

lol

Drew,

I've just started up at Vox as well.

I agree that it's annoying that only vox users can comment.

What I really like about the platform is the fact that I can choose who views my stuff.

This means I can write a personal blog, lock it for viewing by friends and family, and not have to worry about things I write coming back to bite me in the future.

Often I'm about to write something on my professional blog - when I have to tone it down or leave it out all together, for fear it will be taken the wrong way.

With my vox blog I can indulge my odd sense of humour for the reading pleasure of those who know me personally, and I don't have to worry about it being on the public record.

Also, I don't have to focus on grammar and spelling as much.

This means when I get the urge to write about something I don't need to worry about whether it fits my target audience, whether someone out there will take it the wrong way, or worry about spelling and grammar.

This makes for a refreshing blogging experience - I'm really just writing for the joy of it and for the interest of my friends and family.

so it's more fun basically. totally agree. And with your Reeses comment too :-)

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