I have long been an advocate that all information you find on the Internet ought to be free, but I’m big enough to admit my position may not be realistic. Still, this article on getting information from state web sites ticks me off — why should it cost you $50 to check a doctor’s license in Indiana, when it’s free in New York? In terms of state information, I think it should all be free — but at a minimum, shouldn’t you have to pay the same for it online that you would pay if you went about getting that information non-electronically?