I'm looking for fun places to camp this summer and thought, hey, Pokagon is really nice, let's check out availability for August. But, guess what?! Indiana does not want me to camp there. Yep. The state (at least the Department of Natural Resources) is prejudiced against people who use Firefox. The only way to make online reservations/check availability is through Explorer or Netscape Navigator. I didn't even know Navigator still existed.
So now the question is, do I break ITS's rules and install Explorer on my work computer or do I pick a different, more technologically advanced state to visit?