Wall St. Journal:  “No, you shouldn’t be able to patent a ‘method of speed dating.’  The Supreme Court last week became Exhibit A for the case that technological change is fast outpacing the ability of government to deal with it. . . . During the oral argument in last week’s case, Bilski and Warsaw v. Kappos, it became clear that the justices had strong views about what intellectual property should not get special protection.  They signalled that they will invalidate a category of patents that have been granted for over a decade.  But they also admitted they had little idea about what kinds of innovation should be protected in an information age.”