Quick: Picture an Internet aficionado, circa 1995. The first image that comes to my mind is Dennis Nedry, the embryo thief in "Jurassic Park," who met his untimely end facing down a dinosaur in a soggy mud pit. The second is Milton Waddams, the befuddled, staple-hoarding drone from "Office Space." But the common characteristics of those two characters -- they are both middle-aged and white -- may no longer be a fitting stereotype, at least when it comes to today's mobile internet aficionado, according to a report released Wednesday by the Internet and American Life Project of the Pew Research...

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