If I could take only one legal blog with me to a desert island, it would be SCOTUSBlog. (OK, don’t make fun of me). Seriously, this blog — devoted entirely to the Supreme Court of the United States (“SCOTUS”) — is a fantastic legal resource. Everything of interest relating to cases before the Supreme Court is collected here: cert. petitions, briefs, decisions and commentary. There’s a lot going on at the Supreme Court, and this blog collects and organizes all of it. It has become an indispensable resource for court-followers. In fact, as Mr. Goldstein notes, people within the Supreme Court (presumably law clerks) access the site hundreds of times a day. The morning the Supreme Court released its decision on the Affordable Care Act this site was the go-to resource for people all over the world. It even got the ruling right the first time. Here’s a link to a GoverningWorks interview with Tom Goldstein (video and text but, irritatingly, in five parts, with more to come), founder of SCOTUSBlog, discussing why the blog was created, how it has evolved, the challenges it presents for Mr. Goldstein’s law firm, and more. Interesting reading on the evolution of a blog that has become indispensable.