"Welcome to Cricket, the best value in wireless, how may I help you today?"
"Yes, my name is Isaiah Roberts and I'm having troubles with text messaging"
"I'd be more than happy to assist you today, and I apologize for your service issues"
So far so good. Of course, by this time(7th call?) I'm unable to get through to an agent when using my Cricket phone, but if I dial through Google Voice and use my sister's number, I get right in. Hm. First bad sign.
I'm sure we all know about virtualization and hypervisors, but what about running virtual machines on your pc / laptop? I'm sure we all have used Vmware, VirtualBox, VirtualPC or Parallels in the past to run multiple virtual machines on your machine. But these all require a parent operating system. For the most part, testing different operating systems / having seperate environments for specific projects work well in just such an environment.
But what if you want to have two completely separate environments running, that have no way of even knowing the other exists?