What makes Vox unique from other social networks is the ease of posting new content. Users can inside their WYSIWYG editor search and post videoâ€™s from YouTube and iFilm, or images from Flickr, Photobucket as well as a variety of other tools. Users can also search Vox to see what other users are talking about, and even check out recommended books.
Without even checking out the web site, I can add that what makes Vox unique from other social networks is the 3-letter domain name. But do they matter anymore?