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Scapehouse: a product of a 17 year old!

Posted on: June 3, 2011

17-year-old Syrian Ali Razzouk, along with his friend Abdullah Khan, has developed a new social tool worth every appreciation and applaud! I’ll let Ali himself introduce his creation to you:
” Scapehouse is a new social tool that’s somewhat a mix of Facebook and Twitter. We simplified the privacy options and narrowed them down to just two: friends only, or everyone. You can post something (text or a photo), and people can reply to that post. To take things a level deeper, people can also comment on those replies. You can reply to a post with text or a photo. Users can like and
dislike both posts and replies. One of our most popular features is the “Living Room”. The living room is a place where you can see public posts from everyone on the site. It’s a great content discovery tool, and a way to meet new people.
This is just a really brief summary of the site’s functionality, I advise you to check it out for yourself and invite your friends!”
I visited Scapehouse and enjoyed it! Your turn now 🙂

10 Responses to "Scapehouse: a product of a 17 year old!"

Hahhaaha my bro told bout it nd asked me a hundred times to join it never did tho :p


You had an account on the old (crappier) one. 😀 You should check out the new one. Waaay better.


hahah no it was my sis but ya i will especially with obama sadam rebecca black nd the rest around 😛


try doing a scapehouse app for blackberry 😀 ill sure b constantly using it then


Scapehouse is a really nice network.


I don’t want to be greedy and take all the credit. 😛 Scapehouse is actually the product of 2 people: myself and Abdullah Khan (


Hats off for both of you then 🙂 Well done guys!


-this is absolutely amazing !
Well done !
I will sure remember to share it with others (:


i made an account and i like it cuz it is more trusting unlike facebook. it is pretty cool well done u guy, u have outdone it this time.


Thanks. 🙂 You made an account? I can’t seem to find you.


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