A bot that generates and posts random domains to Twitter
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README.md

Random Domains Bot

This is a bot that generates random domain names and posts them to Twitter.

Usage

Rename .env.example to .env and fill in the appropriate values and then run

$ node index.js

You can also specify a path to a .env file, which I’ve found useful for usage with cron.

$ ENV_PATH=/path/to/env/file node index.js --env-path path/to/env/file

License

This is open source software under the terms of the MIT license.