That's mine up there (late as usual), which I was very excited to see because I'd forgotten I'd sent it. I feel almost famous.
And it's a bit like magic in that Clarke's 3rd law way that we all used to get more with new technology - the stuff that makes you go Wow (or Neat. If you're American). We're all a bit blase about all sorts of things now, accepting technological magic as par for the course even when we don't have the first idea how it might be done. Tech fatigue or something.
In other words the things that feel magic to me are changing. More often than not they're a mixture of the digital and the not, the low and hi tech, the slow and the immediate. Or they're a result of tecchy skill and/creative super powers applied to pedestrian things. And probably even that last sentence but round the other way, although I've not thought that through at all because it's making my brain hurt.
It's with these nice things floating round my head that I look forward to PaperCamp this weekend.