Each individual receives a set of vanity URLs with his or her name coupled with a preferred-domain name, for example Joe.AnyDomain.com/eCommerce, Joe.AnyDomain.com/services,... and Joe.AnyDomain.com/profiles. These URLs' file suffix names are user-selectable, creating limited privacy controls, and have associated exchangeable XML data.
The XML data enable individuals from differing second-level domain names to exchange data at websites, thus allowing the creation of communities and markets. Each URL also browser displays independently, creating a URL for communications uses Third-level domain names can be created within the second-level's DNS settings or use WebBIZcard technology to create these rapidly.
This comparison sheet explains the differences between WebBIZcard and current technologies.