At first glance, it looks like an ordinary but nice Barnes & Noble store. It’s clean and well-lit and corporate. It doesn’t have the charm of a funky used-bookstore. Once you start poking around the shelves, you notice the differences.
They have 5,000 to 6,000 book titles, fewer than what you would find at a
big Barnes & Noble. All of the books are arranged cover out, rather
than spine out, in the belief that it makes browsing more friendly. . . . more