- v. Simple past tense and past participle of slashdot.
“Think that something you write might get enough attention to get "slashdotted" or dugg by digg, or some other high-traffic-generating site.”
“I was a little unsure as to whether to post an article on slashdot, as I was afraid that being "slashdotted" would use up the bandwidth we’re allowed for the next year…this might be a little bit better – a controllable flow rather than a flood.”
“(The site was kinda bogged down from the traffic ... which is kinda cool, actually, because a slashdotted payment gateway means lots of donations coming in.)”
“Rob Miller's website has apparently been slashdotted.”
“Help NoDPI Phorm item get slashdotted p2pnet news view Advertising | P2P: - “We are trying to get this onto the/. front page Jon, and any assistance would be appreciated,” says Phorm nemesis Alex Hanff in an email.”
“Good luck getting to them as they appear to be dugg, slashdotted, or reddited or something now.”
“The item to which Andrew Sullivan links in Here We Go is slashdotted, so I don't know what this is all about, but other people seem to be seriously tantalized.”
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“Help NoDPI Phorm item get slashdotted p2pnet news view Advertising | P2P:- “We are trying to get this onto the /. front page Jon, and any assistance would be appreciated,” says Phorm nemesis Alex Hanff in an email.”
“(The quality of comments decreases exponentially after the post gets slashdotted and the geek mob arrives but the dude behind mini Microsoft has provided a summary of the best comments here).”
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