Hi, I'm Jim R. Wilson - and I want to be the one.
My handle is Jimbojw, which I've had since about AOL 3.0 (1995). I wanted to be "JimboJ" but that was already taken (go figure). I control jimbojw.com which I registered several years ago and recently started using for my blog.
Funny story about that. I was banned from Wikipedia approximately 20 seconds after my first edit: I created the page Livebearers and immediately redirected it to Live-bearing aquarium fish having noticed that several pages linked there. They thought I was an impersonator/vandal. I guess aquarium fish were a hot target those days.
After pleading my case to the admin that blocked me, it was decided that as a longstanding nickname, "Jimbojw" conformed to the Wikipedia Username conventions and I was unbanned. At the time of this writing, "Livebearers" still redirects to "Live-bearing aquarium fish" having never been altered or redacted.
In any case, I'm not him. Nor am I James R. Wilson the software architect or Jim Wilson the contemporary pianist. I also haven't authored any of these books - or any other books for that matter (yet).
I'm just a lowly software developer - trying to take my own name.
I say that because searching for Jim R. Wilson leads you James R. Wilson - head of NCSU's department of Industrial Engineering - another guy that I'm not. In fact, I'm not even on the first page of results, which is especially sad considering Robert James Wilson made it and his page doesn't even exist!
Oddly enough, searching for "Jim R. Wilson" (with quotes) does better - most links after the first one are at least tangentially about me or reflect something I've written or done.
But I want more. I want to be the "I Feel Lucky" of "Jim R. Wilson" (with and without quotes).