The slot is the area of the rink between the blue line and face-off circles in ice hockey and field hockey. There are two types of slots: low and high. The low slot is the area directly in front of the goaltender and the face-off circles, while the high slot is the middle of the ice above the face-off circles. In either case, the slot is the best place to shoot a puck to score.

The first slot was invented in San Francisco in 1894. Its name was the Liberty Bell. It featured three spinning reels, a single pay line, and a fully automated payout system. Modern slot machines use a random number generator instead of memory. Moreover, the algorithm of slot machines is independent of the position of the reels. Slot machines are widely used in airports today. And they are not just for gambling. They are also used as a means to manage air traffic in busy airports.

Computers with slots can add specialized capabilities to their computers. There are 16 to 64 holes in a slot. Those holes connect expansion cards, which contain circuitry. A slot is an opening, often narrow or elongated, that can be filled with a wire or cable. Typically, the slots of a computer are in the front or back of the computer. They are often located between the motherboard and the CPU. When a computer is designed with a slot, it is more likely to have a future expansion slot.