I don't know if it is a "resurgence", or if it is just because I have only just recently returned to the hobby, but I am glad TT RPG is still going strong.
I was of the belief that with the advancements in technology and the creation of MMORPG that it would die out completely.
For all it's beautiful graphics and unlimited genres, computer gaming (in the foreseeable future anyway) can not give the player the freedom and unlimited potential that a paper and dice game can.
No matter how vast the game world, how many adversaries it is populated with and how many expansions get made for it, a computer game is defined by the rules it operates by and the limitations of a finite number of possibilities to govern any situation.
The player of a computer RPG can only play the races / class available. That player can only travel to predetermined / prerendered places. Said player can only respond in a set number of ways to a puzzle, adversary or situation. She can only use a tool, weapon, spell or ability as defined by a programmer. As this type of player you are told the story, you do not create it or effect it beyond anything that is an already set possibility.
With a paper and dice game ... everything is possible. The only limits are your imagination. Now how freaking cool is that?