There was a time in the not too distant past that Zief law librarians scurried around and printed out everything we could find on the nominees for a newly vacated seat on the US Supreme Court. All of those pages would be slapped into a three ring binder for the edification of anyone who happened to be interested. Needless to say, this generated a lot of dead trees for a resource relatively few people saw.
Now that we are in the Age of the Internet it makes more sense to share top-drawer web sites for our patrons with an interest in the process and people involved in selecting Justice Souter's replacement. The following sites currently show information on the last round of nominations but they will undoubtedly be brought up-to-date as events transpire.
A good first stop is the Supreme Court Nominations Page at the Law Library of Congress. This useful collection of information includes lists of nominees confirmed and not confirmed by Congress, bibliography on the nomination process, and information about nominees.
Another good source is the Supreme Court Nominations Research Guide maintained at our sister Jesuit institution, the Georgetown Law Library. The page outlines the nomination process and includes information about nomination hearings of justices and past confirmation failures.