With the emergence of demands of virtual infrastructure, cloud storage, hyper-computing, semantic search, collective intelligence, and semi-structured mining, the entrepreneur, developer, and everyday consumer would be unrecognizable when viewed by their counterparts even as recent as the beginning of the millennia. Adoption of XaaS (anything-as-a-service) has allowed the ushering of "anytime-anywhere-any-size" with social and entertaining aspects for the consumer, breadth-expansion capabilities for the software developer, and multidimensional marketing/sales channels for the entrepreneur. What is presented here is the dilation of these services through the increased abstraction with yet another layer of web services. One theoretical entry point is the ESB (enterprise service bus) which represents a robust architecture for a wide matrix of web services. Within it, there can exist concentric ESBs that ultimately serve as an XaaS for XaaS itself.