Okay, so that's two words. But still...
Day of the Dreamweavers yesterday mentioned the term "Atari Democrat" and it is one that I'll confess to not having heard before. According to DotD, here's the definition:
...a phrase first popularized during the early 1980s, references both the video game company Atari and Democratic legislators who suggested that the support and development of high tech and related businesses would stimulate the economy and create jobs.
Wikipedia has more, including this definition from the Philadelphia Inquirer, circa 1984:
...a young liberal trying to push the party toward more involvement with high-tech solutions.
It seems to be primarily a 1980's term. Major examples include Al Gore (after all, he did invent the Internet).
GP: Under either definition, would Barack Obama qualify as an Atari Democrat? Of course, Atari is far from the powerhouse that it was in the eighties. Apple Democrat, perhaps?