David Dortch, a seasonal resident of Naples, from Nashville, Tenn., spent life before he retired running a trucking company. Now, he spends most of his time keeping up on the stock market, and also walks and swims to keep from growing old.
What was the last book you read?
The (Wall Street) Journal and USA Today. That’s all I really read. I read Board Room, a business publication. … I don’t read any fiction to speak of. I read one guy, but I can’t remember his name.
What kind of genre do you enjoy reading most?
Financial publications. I like to follow the stock market and keep up to date on current events.
Do you use the library or the bookstore more often?
I primarily subscribe to periodicals and get them on a daily basis delivered. Every now and then I go to the bookstore to find a publication.
Do you read a lot on the Internet? Do you think that printed materials will be replaced by digital editions?
No. The only thing I do on the Internet is keep up with my stocks and play bridge. To a large extent, I don’t think they’ll go totally by the wayside.