For the past couple of days the Times has been gathering data on what commuters on different subway lines are reading, with the results to be compiled into some kind of interactive graphic (naturally) sometime today. But why wait for the paper's "renegade cybergeeks" when we can just speculate on the results based on our own preconceived assumptions? So, what book, magazine, and newspaper do you expect will be most popular on various lines? The New Yorker on the 4/5/6? Infinite Jest on the L? Hopefully something really long on the F? Tell us!
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