Acronym, short for Feature Imposed By Sales, sometimes used by engineers and developers to refer to a (mostly) worthless feature added to a project by sales and marketing types to make their jobs easier, often because the product is otherwise too technically complicated for them to understand and sell. In the worst case these features actually make the final product less usable.
Windows Vista was crammed so full of F.I.B.S. that it barely ran on many of the computers it was installed on, one of many reasons people just generally thought it sucked.
Another nickname for the city of Spokane in Washington State USA. This nickname began growing in popularity when some Spokane residents began to notice similarities between their surroundings and the pictures of dusty towns in Afghanistan being shown on TV news.
I'm in Seattle for another week, then it's back to Spokanistan until June