The Company's primary core internet technology is SiteFlash™. The SiteFlash™ technology utilizes XML and publishes content on the Web, enabling the user to build and efficiently operate Websites with the unique ability to separate form, function, and content. SiteFlash™ uses an advanced component-based structure to separate, parse, and store the various components of even the most complex Web pages, which permits these components to be named, organized, filed and eventually redeployed onto the Web pages of a Website. Once all of the components of the Web page are converted into "objects," they can be grouped, as required by the user, into the three main types of web page components: content, form and function. Content consists of text, pictures or multimedia. Form includes graphics and web site colors, layout and design. Function refers to the activities performed by or actions executed on the website. In this way, each element of a Website created using SiteFlash™ is interchangeable with any other similar element, and these elements may be grouped together in almost any combination to create complex Websites. This separation of form, function, and content also allows for the rapid creation of affiliated Websites. This unique ability is patented (U.S. Patent number 6,826,744) and has many applications in the Web arena. The Company is in the process of licensing this patent. The Company has retained the law firm of Niro, Scavone, Haller & Niro in connection with the licensing of SiteFlash™.