Email Address: a discrete social network allowing you to grant or limit access to others, event by event a social network with updates organised by events you've attended
SidsHouse allows everyone to upload memories and photos to the same place online.
All your memories, properly organised, in one place, at last…
Free to use…    password protected and encrypted
Having a party? Going on holiday? Attending a wedding? Celebrating something special?
Only want people who attended an event to see the updates?   Join SidsHouse.
People you no longer see still viewing your social media updates?   Join SidsHouse
Don’t want your brother’s cousin’s best friend seeing your status updates?   Time to join SidsHouse
Sign up, create an event, place it in some categories, upload some images, embed video, and comment. Invite others to share.

Who is Sid's House For?


One Event, One Place, Online is for users who wish to ensure social media updates are organised by event so that everyone who attends can upload their updates and photos to the same place online.


If you're getting married, going on holiday, attending a family christening, or attending a party, for example, you can arrange for everyone who attends to upload news and pictures from the event to the same place online. You can then ensure you have a complete record of the occasion in one place (rather than have news of it scattered across multiple accounts on several social networks).



Greater Control and Security Over Who Can View and Add Updates also gives you greater control and security over who can view your updates. Unlike other networks, you can organise your friends and contacts for each event. eg Attendees of an event can upload and update an event. Or if someone you know didn't attend, you can make them a viewer, so they can still see and comment on your news.


You don't have to share your life with someone with whom you no longer see, just because you went to school with them many years ago and connected with them online!


Sid's House was written by and continues to be developed by BusyView