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curate

1. a clergyman appointed to assist a parish priest
2. a clergyman who has the charge of a parish (curate-in-charge)
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reportedly paid upward of $10 million to acquire the news curation site Snip.it.
In the "old days," the job of curation was left to editors--of newspapers, of books, even of websites in the days before Web 2.0--but with information overload becoming a fact of digital life, are content curators becoming the new editors?
Jorn Barger started one of the first curation sites, Robot Wisdom, way back in 1995.
Doing so on a continuous basis is curation and is as old as blogging itself."
Eric Solan, Lead Wed and Mobile App Developer adds, “The new Curate It section of the dashboard better organizes a member's Curate Feed from friends and family, allowing users to pin their favorite curations and control who they would like to follow and unfollow.
Fourth, analog curation made it feasible to read the works brought into the collection, leaving the rest difficult or expensive to get to.
Finally, curation protects us from works that are a waste of time, works that would mislead us or works that are objectionable.