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JAMES TOMASINO(1)           General Commands Manual          JAMES TOMASINO(1)

       jamestomasino - developer, writer, table-top gamer, world traveller

       jamestomasino [-aeiou]

       James Tomasino does things on the internet. He administers a tilde com‐
       munity on the tildeverse and works as a freelance developer and digital
       marketing strategist, especially in Pharmaceutical advertising. He also
       enjoys writing both fiction and non-fiction and does so prolifically on
       the http, gopher, and gemini protocols.

       James Tomasino can be found in many of the following places

       The Tildeverse
      is  a tilde community based around a col‐
              laborative science-fiction universe. Users write stories as  the
              people  aboard ships, colonies, and outposts, using the only re‐
              maining free, interconnected network that unites  the  dispersed
              peoples of the stars.

       Professional Stuff
              There's  plenty of work here on Github, but the vast majority is
              in private repositories. Much of the work in the last decade has
              been  for  pharmaceutical  companies  either in website, banner,
              email, conference panels, or digital sales aid form. In the past
              he has built applications on a number of platforms. If your pro‐
              fessional needs touch digital marketing  he's  probably  experi‐
              enced with it.

       Social things
              He spends a great deal of time in IRC over at and
         He's    also    on    the     Fediverse     at
      , but the safest way to find him online is
              to refer to the links on

       The James Tomasino exits with a 0 code on success, a 42 if  discovering
       the  answer  to the great question of life the universe and everything,
       216 if being asked the sum of the 72 hidden names of God, and an imagi‐
       nary number if an error occurs.

              Answers, `Hello!'

       jamestomasino -a
              The sound he makes when falling from a great height

       jamestomasino -e
              Useful when encountering an unexpected spider in the bathroom

       jamestomasino -i
              He thinks, therefore he is

       jamestomasino -o
              Realization and understanding of a great hidden truth

       jamestomasino -u
              When someone gets a really good burn in

       Schrödinger License r3

       There are probably lots of problems with James Tomasino. If  you  can't
       hold  your tongue about them and need to call them out, I guess you can
       report issues at the git repositories  at

       James Tomasino <github (at) jamestomasino (dot) com>

2020.08.29                      29 August 2020               JAMES TOMASINO(1)


  1. A minimal, portable dotfiles setup for using dash as interactive shell on linux or bsd

    Vim script 3 2

  2. RSVP for browsers

    JavaScript 81 8

  3. burrow is a helper for building and managing a gopher hole

    Shell 39 9

  4. Stitchy is a crochet pattern generator. It's here to help you convert an image into a rectangular pattern of knots.

    JavaScript 3 1

  5. Bundle for vim to highlight adjectives, weasel words and passive language

    Vim script 32 1

  6. easing module for v

    V 6 2

1,916 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

June 2021

Created an issue in jamestomasino/stutter that received 2 comments

Screen Wake Lock API

Add wake lock while running. Feature not yet supported in FF, so be sure to use feature detection.

Opened 2 other issues in 2 repositories
16 contributions in private repositories Jun 3 – Jun 11

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