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Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Definitions for digerati

  1. Persons knowledgeable about computers and technology.

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Citations for digerati
As high tech spreads outward from Silicon Valley to American society at large and people spend more and more time in cyberspace, the journalist Paulina Borsook steps back to look at the digerati and their view of the world. Michiko Kakutani, New York Times
This week, over 3,000 digerati will converge at a swank theater where chef Julia Child and pundit Arianna Huffington, among others, will judge 135 Web sites. David Whitman, U.S.News & World Report
Origin of digerati
Digerati was formed by analogy with literati, "persons knowledgeable about literature."