ResoluteClover t1_j1etqf6 wrote

I like it when in fiction/fantasy they introduce technology or slang or some magic but treat it like it's ubiquitous rather than something that has to be explained to the reader.

It gives the reader a bit of a mystery but at the same time let's you really get immersed in the telling when there aren't huge out of context exposition drops.

For instance, imagine you're taking a story about right now to a person who time traveled from the 1960s. Rather than explain to them what cell phone is you describe your interactions with it normally.