At one time, the whole notion of “virtual reality” had seized the imagination of the technology community to the point where tech writers like me were lining up to strap on the virtual headsets in order to stumble around like drunken sailors and interact with various programmed realities.

While that fad has had its day, a new kind of virtual reality, which virtualizes the computer itself, is now taking hold in the tech world, and it has become one of our hottest buzzwords.

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