There is an interesting article in the Post (free subscription) about Thomas Woolston, creator of the MercExchange and Patently-O Reader. Woolston won a $35 million patent infringement suit against eBay that is now on appeal. According to the article he and I have the same schedule:
Every morning at 11, Woolston stops whatever he’s doing, sits at his computer and clicks "refresh" on the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals Web site.
Woolston checks the Federal Circuit’s website because the court is expected to release its decision in the eBay case within the next few weeks. I check the website so that I can provide the most up-to-date news on patent cases.