Word of the Day: Tech Definitions from WhatIs.com

Nov 1 2016   9:04PM GMT

born digital

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Born digital, in reference to people, is a description of individuals who have grown up with the current state of ubiquitous computing and communications, typified by technology like smartphones, social media and near-continuous Wi-Fi networks. Continued…

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“Millennials’ technology expectations have been shaped by smartphones, Facebook and digital media — in other words, by easy and ubiquitous connectivity.” – Beth Stackpole

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