Barnes & Noble sounds like it should be a bookseller located in London during the days of yore, and it sort of is. With a Starbucks. And Wi-Fi. And the Nooks aren’t corners for reading. Its website continues to be a literary mainstay for the digital age. “Pride & Prejudice” can be instantly delivered to your e-reader. You can subscribe to over 900 publications from around the world. And you can pick up “Downton Abbey” DVDs all in one place. It can make you feel all cultured-like. That is, until you buy that magazine about monster trucks.