Q1- How do you mean "connect to AOL"? If you mean web browser, Fedora probably has several: Mozilla and Firefox; there's another in the Gnome environment, Konqueror in Kde, as well as text-based links, lynks, and w3m.
If your brodband connection was live when you installed Fedora, then that's probably already configured.
Q2- For Linux related web searches, use www.google.com/linux
. Search for scripting guides, tutorials, etc. Bash has a couple os shell scripting guides (Beginners guide and Advanced Bash Scripting). Don't forget awk, python, and perl scripting.
Q3- Since you are not afraid of the command-line, you could google up lists of the most commonly used Linux commands.
In Linux, you have man and info pages for information about commands. Example: you want to know how to use ls (list). Open a console window, and enter the command: man ls, or info ls, to learn more about the command.
In Linux, you MUST accept the notion that you must learn system administration. You are your own administrator. You have more control over your system than Windows users have. I don't fault Microsoft for that; they gave their customers what they wanted: point and click ad nauseum with little real control over their systems. With Linux, you get that control back into your hands.
Criuse your favorite Linux discussion boards. You can learn a lot about your choice of distro, just by reading posts of other users.