Exploring CPUs, motherboards, overclocking, building your own PC, case mods, PC brands, handhelds, peripherals of all types, DVDs, CD burners, hardware-specific software, device drivers, and anything else related to hardware.
The The Restaurant at the Edge of the Universe, previously known as The Water Cooler, is a place to post stuff that has absolutely nothing at all to do with computers, broadband, Scot's Newsletter, or anything that's "supposed" to be here.
I guess you missed where I posted at Trouble at Scot's? (landzdown.com), "Feel free to create a "Funniest thing I saw . . ." in the Jokes forum or some other favorite topic in the Lounge here as well as what I wrote in your "Welcome" thread at Welcome, crp! (landzdown.com): "Actually, I was wondering if someone was going to start a "Post the funniest thing you saw on the Internets today" in the Jokes forum or Lounge. Feel free to start an "Interesting Stuff You Saw on the I-net Today" here in the Lounge if you wish."
Fedora is a bit more user friendly but last time that I played with it, I had to add a bunch of custom repos for a lot of packages. Redhat and CentOS are basically an industry standard as far as linux distros so it is nice to learn how the distro works compared to others.