The U.S. Supreme Court, which still gives out quill pens to the lawyers who argue before it, will finally have its own Internet Web site as of next Monday.
It won’t have much on it at first, and other sites will still post the texts of Supreme Court opinions far quicker than the Court itself. But the announcement marks a big symbolic step for the Supreme Court, which has a tradition of resisting technological change.
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