Actually, instead of "block-User_Info.php" (the default one that is hacked above), I renamed mine "block-Admin_Info.php" and named it Admin Info in the blocks admin page. Same code, different name. Looks nicer for admins.
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block-User_Info_small.php set to "All Visitors". block-User_Info_medium.php would be a good place to save the second codeblock from opening-post. Replace default "User Info" with that, and set it viewable "Registered Only". Don't set it "Admin Only", since admin get to see it anyway... unless you actually want to hide membership and online stats from your CMS members.