We all have questions at one time or another and there are number of question and answer sites like Yedda, Yahoo Answers and Askville that facilitate a simple transaction between a user, who asks a question, and the web community, who attempts to provide an answer. Jabbits offers this same transaction but answers are provided by the web community in video format thus adding a rich experience to answers.
Some of Jabbits video answers could draw comparisons to those provided by VideoJug, a site that offers solely "how to" videos, but Jabbits question options are more open-ended thus offers a wider array of video options. Jabbits takes a question and answer site to the next level by providing rich media answers but Jabbits video sharing options were a little disappointing. For example, I could not find a way to embed an video into this article so you have to go back to the site to view video questions and answers. Unfortunately, video response also do not offer permanent links to enable linking directly to specific question and answers either. So without these two options it is very difficult to share any of the content. To the disadvantage of the product, Jabbits in not leveraging the viral benefits of video on the web.
Bottom-line: Jabbits is a user-driven question and answer site that offers answers in video format.