We're (almost) No. 1!
The New York Times has confirmed what we already knew: People like reading amNewYork on the subway.
The Times' City Room blog has been running a survey asking what people are reading on the train and, among newspapers, New York City's favorite free daily so far comes in second after the Times itself (not much of a surprise, since presumably it is Times readers themselves who are responding to the survey).
The paper also found that, among the 1,400 people who have filled out the survey, the most popular book titles include "Infinite Jest," the 1,000-plus page tome by the late David Foster Wallace, and "Anna Karenina" the epic Tolstoy novel that has been the bane of high school English students for years.