Tired of stupid, cheesy cats and kids falling off their bikes? Slashdot introduces TV for geeks. On their blog:
They allow embedding of the videos, but aren't accepting contributions (AFAIK).You may have noticed that we've posted quite a few original videos on Slashdot in the past few months. Rather than being the work of a few rogue editors with newly-acquired Christmas cameras, this was part of the groundwork for a new site we're launching today. SlashdotTV, found at http://tv.slashdot.org, will let you easily find and watch all of our videos in one convenient location. In addition to Slashdot content, you also can watch videos from our sister sites, SourceForge and ThinkGeek.
/. was the first social site to have the power to send so many visitors it would take your site down. The /. effect preceded the Digg effect by several centuries.