In case anyone wanted a recommendation for a browser, mine is the classic GNU software: Lynx. You can install it in Fedora 22 (or CentOS/RHEL) by merely commanding:
dnf install lynx
And you can access it straight from the command line. It’s quick, pretty, and relatively easy to use (just strike H for useful help menus). Once you are comfortable with it (~15 minutes), you’ll be flying around the web in no time, browsing in one of the most secure fashions available.
Hell, it’ll probably help to keep you focused on actual information rather than getting sucked into nonsense, too.