Daphna Kalman: Why DC is a Startup Paradise, Sleeping Till 11, and OCD Organizational Skills

By Daphna K. | in Development [Tech Cocktail] | September 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

How cool is this? Daphna has been interviewed by Tech Cocktail in advance of her speaking this Thursday, October 4 at Tech Cocktail Sessions! Check out the interview here (and learn a little more about her) and if you are in the DC area this Thursday, come and watch her in action.

Brick Gadgets - It's Little Bits, but for Lego (aka Awesomesauce!)

By Daphna K. | in Development August 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

At the Brickfair this weekend out in the Dulles Expo Center, Lego enthusiasts got together to show off their amazing talents of building insane stuff (did you catch Serenity?)

But on the other side of the expo, tucked in between the various vendors hocking bricks and modded kits, was Rob, creator of Brick Gadgets (www.brickgadgets.com).

The Accidental Entrepreneur

By Daphna K. | in Development September 13, 2011 | 0 Comments
The Accidental Entrepreneur or How I traded retirement for a fling in the Start Up Nation

Place iPhone 4 into Surc Case

By Daphna K. | in Development [How to Surc] | June 6, 2011 | 0 Comments
It is super easy to put the iPhone 4 into the Surc case and just as easy to take it off. Don't believe me? Well check it out for yourself!

First Case off the Production Line

By Daphna K. | in Development April 23, 2011 | 2 Comments
Fellow Surcers! We bring you pics of the FIRST Surc case off the production line! We are pretty excited because this signals a major step to us getting Surc out to all of you. And, yes, it is designed for both Verizon and AT&T.

Share Remotes

By Daphna K. | in Development [How-To Surc] | January 24, 2011 | 2 Comments
Caring means sharing! And what better way to show how much you care, then by sharing your Surc remotes with family, friends and the Surc community.

Backup Remotes

By Daphna K. | in Development [How-To Surc] | January 20, 2011 | 0 Comments
Are you a victim of the remote-control-gnome who likes to steal your remotes so you can never find them? Never fall victim to the gnome again when you backup your remotes with the Surc app!