Used in a report by Educause Center for Applied Research (part of a group that promotes technology use in higher education) to describe a person who's grown up immersed in Internet/digital technology and "leisure devices" (think iPod).
That's me. I'm probably the first generation that can really claim that, and even I barely made it in -- I've been on computers since I was two (the PC was a pretty new concept, then) and first got on the internet when I was ten. It's the second generation that frightens me though, the kids who text each other as naturally as breathing (and as frequently, it seems). When I was growing up, I was the nerd. It's weird to see ordinary, average non-nerdy kids so in-tune with that stuff today.
I remember the sound of that tape drive! In middle school I bought myself a VIC-20 with my lawn mowing proceeds. 5k of RAM! I was obsessed with it for a few years, then stuck it in a closet and didn't really touch another computer until I was introduced to the Interweb in 1995.
That's not entirely true. I was given a Mac Plus (no hard drive!) as a high school graduation gift in 1988, which I promptly sold to buy drugs.