The Undefined Acronym /Abbreviation/Slang SKS means Smart Kids Savers. What is the abbreviation for Smart Kids Savers? Smart Kids Savers can be abbreviated as SKS. SKS - Smart Kids Savers in Undefined by AcronymsAndSlang. SKISM - Smart Kids Into Sick Methods. SM/SSM - Smart Munition/Smart Submunition. KFFK - Kids Fighting for Kids.
Contra02: Skism - Smart Kids Into Sick Methods. Repetition is so fantastic, anti-glop. Listening to a dial tone in Bb, until American Tel & Tel messed and turned it into a mediocre whistle, was fine. Short waves minus an antenna give off various noises, band wave pops and drones, hums, that can be tuned at will and which are very beautiful. Eastern music is allowed to have repetition.
Contra is the second studio album by the American indie rock band Vampire Weekend, produced by band member Rostam Batmanglij and released in January 2010 on XL Recordings. The album title is intended as a thematic allegory and reference to the Nicaraguan ies and the 1987 video game Contra. The album received critical praise and debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200. It was recognized as one of The 100 Best Albums of the Decade So Far by Pitchfork in August 2014.
Virus-writing gangs like Phalcon/SKISM (Smart Kids into Sick Methods) used colourful ANSI-style art to declare that they had infected your computer. Viruses like Phantom, with its use of 256 colour palette cycling and a large skull displayed spookily on the screen, and Spanska, with its simulated flight cross the Mars landscape, probably demonstrated a highpoint for art in viruses. Here’s a video of Spanska in action, made by Danooct1 who has published a great collection of retro virus payload movies on YouTube.
Inserting itself into a complicated choreography of subsystems all designed to serve your needs and carry out your will, the virus hews to its own agenda of survival and reproduction. Its oblivious self-interest violates the unity of purpose that defines your system as yours. Soon enough, the retired graffiti bomber was again running with a crew, formally known as Smart Kids Into Sick Methods (Skism for short) and dedicated to sharpening the virus-writing skills of both its members and the virophilic public at large. And it was to serve more or less those lofty ends that Skism's electronic house journal 40Hex was born.
Hellraiser's gang was called Skism, short for Smart Kids Into Sick Methods. This then merged with another New York group to form Phalcon/Skism, one of the best known of recent times. Other groups have included NuKE, TridenT and VLAD. Like guns (or pyrotechnics) viruses are fun to play with. In irresponsible hands, they can be dangerous. Luckily, if I walk into a school wearing a black trenchcoat and carrying a diskette, I'll only be laughed at. Then, there are the social aspects of virus writing. If you ever read any of the papers Sarah Gordon wrote for anti-virus companies on the psychology of virus writers, you'll be thinking peer acceptance.