Every once in a while I pop into my local Barnes & Noble store to see if they're stocking any of my books. (They do, but the Science section tends to be by the bathrooms -- are they trying to say something here?)
It was all the drone/roto magazines that caught my attention. I counted no fewer than six separate publications, about half out of the UK, and many specializing on the photo/videographic aspects. Good news if you're into quadcopters.
Alas, on the electronics side they had only SERVO, Nuts & Volts, and Practical Electronics. Worse, MAKE Magazine was hardly recognizable, and had so few paid (i.e. not internal) ads I'm not sure how they're surviving. Maybe it manages as a way to sell the Faires and other MAKE-brand merchandise.
I can appreciate that winds change direction, and interest in general electronics, microcontroollers, and even maker movement DIY can't last forever. Or that B&N is hardly the citadel of these interests. But not being a drone flyer, I had nothing to buoy my enthusiasm. What a lousy day I had.