The word “magazine” is derived from the Arabic word makhazin, or “storehouse,” and was generally meant to mean a collection of related material all bundled together in one package. In the tablet and social media age, the idea of a “magazine” is returning to its storehouse roots. Functionally, a magazine still represents the idea of a bunch of thematically-related stuff curated together as one package — but just about everything else is up for grabs. Great magazines also contain a magical spark, and that’s where definitions get squishy. If a magazine is something more than just a collection of stuff, then what is that other stuff?