digerati

[dij-uh-rah-tee, ‐rey]
plural noun
people skilled with or knowledgeable about digital technologies, especially computers and the Internet.

Origin:
1990–95; dig(ital) + (lit)erati

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digerati (ˌdɪdʒəˈrɑːtɪ)
 
pl n
the people who earn large amounts of money through internet-related business

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digerati definition

jargon
(Or "digirati". By analogy with "literati" - people knowledgeable about literature) People knowledgeable about computers, "computer literate".
[Newsweek, March 1995?].
(1995-05-07)

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The overheated digerati went on a metaphor spree, mixing shamelessly.
But there is good reason for everyone-not only the ironically appropriate niche
  digerati crowd-to reclaim handwriting.
It is not a vision that is universally welcomed among the digerati.
You've said before that the digerati should pay more attention to politics.
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