n. Contracted form of the phrase Net Generation. It refers to the generation born since the advent of the personal computer.

Example Citation:
"The Net Generation or N-Gen has arrived, writes author and consultant Don Tapscott in his book Growing Up Digital. He's talking about the 88 million North American kids—from babies to those just turning 20—who will have grown up surrounded by computers and digital media."
The Globe and Mail, "Net Generation shakes windows and walls"

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