- v. computing, Internet To render a web site slow or unusable via the unusually large number of page requests that result from a link on a very popular web site.
- From the popular geek news site Slashdot (http://slashdot.org). (Wiktionary)
“Not that you can't have a huge community without that rule ... slashdot is the perfect example.”
“The X-43a supersonic test vehicle powered by a scramjet will attempt mach 10 (which according to slashdot is like 2 miles a second).”
“All it took for Google to listen and change the TOS was an article in slashdot.”
“Mark Russinovich has an enlightening blog entry called slashdot: Individual personalized tech support?”
“I don't run linux, but I frequent slashdot, which is full of linux users and linux advocates, and while a handful of slashdotters dismissed this info because the ebay guy was speaking at a Microsoft-sponsored event, by and large, most slashdotters agreed with the info:”
“Source download (openbrain source package) send to a friend subscription other apps from hallowname slashdot it digg it del. icio.us”
“(OpenSuse 11.1 RPM KDE4_Factory_Desktop (0.0.2.5)) send to a friend subscription other apps from hallowname slashdot it digg it del. icio.us”
“(Link to item on my site (. zip)) send to a friend subscription other artwork from Oversword slashdot it digg it del. icio.us goto page: prev”
“Mandriva download (RPMs for Mandriva 2007) send to a friend subscription other apps from freitag slashdot it digg it del. icio.us goto page: prev”
“This website is easily findable by its unique keyword that identifies the topic (similar to searching for "slashdot", you won't find any cooking websites or shopping, only tech stuff).”
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