I didn’t even know of the “I’m A PC” fan site until Steve Clayton recently mentioned it in a blog post, but wow! How cool. The site collects the submissions from Microsoft’s lifewithoutwalls.com site, which is a part of Microsoft’s new ad campaign that encourages PC owners to record that they are a PC, too. Those ads are then displayed randomly on a big screen in Times Square, NYC. On the fan-based “I’m a PC” site, however, you can search those submissions by username instead of using the video browser on the official homepage. You can then view the bio and video submitted by that user and even snag the embed code for sharing the video elsewhere on the net.