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Riki Tanone

Riki Tanone

Founder and Designer of Hoarrd Joined about 7 years ago via an invitation from Conor O.

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  • Posted to ASK DN: What's your Mac hardware specs?, in reply to Stefan Rauch , Apr 13, 2015

    Have you had any issues with the refresh rate at all? Especially when working with massive Photoshop files?

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  • Posted to ASK DN: What's your Mac hardware specs?, in reply to Stefan Rauch , Apr 13, 2015

    I had to check the price for this because it sounded so insane. And it didn't disappoint.

    No regrets for not having a portable work machine? That's one thing that I'm somewhat debating about still. I currently don't have a laptop, and I occasionally freelance and run into issues where I can't bring my work anywhere, but it happens maybe two or three times a year, so I'm not sure it's worth the sacrifice.

    What to dooooooooooooooo........

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  • Posted to ASK DN: What's your Mac hardware specs?, in reply to Keaton Taylor , Apr 13, 2015

    Holy hell, 24GB of RAM?!? /bows

    Do you have a laptop for when you need to work elsewhere, or do you always work from the same place?

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  • Posted to ASK DN: What's your Mac hardware specs?, in reply to Justin Watt , Apr 11, 2015

    Awesome, thanks a lot for the link, I'll check it out. I'm currently running 4GB, but I'll take your advice and go with 16!

    Curiously, did you go with the 512GB or 1TB storage?

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  • Posted to ASK DN: What's your Mac hardware specs?, in reply to Justin Watt , Apr 10, 2015

    The new one comes with a 2.9GHz or 3.1GHz. Would that help at all, or does getting the 16GB RAM increase performance better?

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  • Posted to If you had 20k, how would you use it to make more money?, Feb 06, 2015

    First, you email me and we set up a meet. It'll most likely happen in a dark deserted alley. You bring your $20k in cash (very important!) and I'll come by to pick it up to make more money with it. You'll know it's me because I'll be the guy wearing a mask.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Link to your Dribbble profile?, Jan 23, 2015

    https://dribbble.com/rikitanone

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  • Posted to Ask DN How do you find developers to team up with?, Dec 17, 2014

    Check out assembly.com. Another way to do it is to look for developers who release free products similar to what you're looking for. So since you're looking for an Android developer, look for someone who's released things related to Android apps. I found a Bootstrap developer using that method, and I'm super happy with the partnership.

    Basically, to find someone willing to work for free, you'll need to find someone who's already done work for free. It takes a lot of luck, but you also have to bring something to the table. You can't just have an idea. You better have the ability/skillsets backing you up, and you'll need some proof of it. For me, I had a portfolio on dribbble, and I had a track record for the kinds of things I was looking for help with, so I think that helped.

    Good luck!

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  • Posted to Ask DN How do you find developers to team up with?, in reply to Jonathan Shariat , Dec 17, 2014

    Unless you're paying the person, 5% is never gonna get you anywhere. If you're both doing it for free, it depends on how much work you think each of you will do, and go from there.

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  • Posted to Jif not Gif, May 24, 2013

    The creator gave the intended pronunciation. It can be argued either way with gin, git, gift, giraffes, etc., but now the debate's over. Get over it.

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