did.txt file
Its likely more natural for you to type at the bottom of the file so with normal Go we move the cursor to the bottom before reading from the date command.

$ vim +'normal Go' +'r!date' ~/did2.txt

Final Step: Create your alias and add this to your .bash_profile.

alias did="vim +'normal Go' +'r!date' ~/did.txt"
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july 2018
bartobri/no-more-secrets: A command line tool that recreates the famous data decryption effect seen in the 1992 movie Sneakers.
This project provides a command line tool called nms that recreates the famous data decryption effect seen on screen in the 1992 hacker movie Sneakers. For reference, you can see this effect at 0:35 in this movie clip.

This command works on piped data. Pipe any ASCII or UTF-8 text to nms, and it will apply the hollywood effect, initially showing encrypted data, then starting a decryption sequence to reveal the original plaintext characters.
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