Gabble is a new site from Hewlett-Packard that lets people post videos online. But unlike Google's YouTube service, which is geared to sharing with the masses, only people invited to your Gabble group can view your videos.
H.P. thinks that its orientation toward privacy will appeal to families uncomfortable making their home videos public and to businesses that want to use videos as a collaboration tool.
Of course, you can tweak the privacy settings on YouTube or Facebook to do much the same thing. But H.P. says that defaulting to private videos makes life easier on the average person. Make of that argument what you will.