You probably don't realize this but most of these people think the Hypervisor is the thing that lets you look a the guests desktop, and I'm talking about RHEL certified admins here, not "newbies".
If you have a better way to help new people begin to conceptualize virtualization and emulator stacks, I think there is a critical need for tutorials here at Linuxquestions.org and if you manage to put together something that a moderately technical person can understand, I'll reference it everywhere I go on the internet where I think it might be of help to people.
But it has to be simple to understand. Use the 14 year old test. If your average 14 year old can't read it and understand most of it, you're not going to peak any ones interest sufficiently to get them to invest the time to understand the basics, at which point the entire "Your Hypervisor isn't the thing that lets you watch Netflix on the guest", conversation will make a whole lot more sense to them.
You may have noticed we have an awful lot of anonymous guests on this forum, I'd imagine they represent a significant number of people who've heard of virtualization but don't really understand it.
This post was for them to help them get started, to show them that it all isn't as incomprehensible as it might at first appear to be.
I'll have to call shenanigans on that link
You chose to call shenanigans on that link because it was low hanging fruit, Don't kid yourself.