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CURATE, eccl. law. One who represents the incumbent of a church, person, or20 vicar, and takes care of the church, and performs divine service in his stead.

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Deep down, both curating and collecting are processing ways to achieve the survival of images.
Despite the opportunities, challenges remain in curating.
In The Culture of Curating and the Curating of Culture(s), Paul O'Neill does not attempt to answer these questions.
Language buckles under the strain of bringing the illusion of coherence to that lot, and in darker moments, one may end up wondering whether "contemporary curating thinking," to take one of Smith's combinations, really exists.
While some explicitly and intentionally curate content, the majority of us are already curating simply by sharing a link to third-party content on Facebook or Twitter.
Librarians and curators can begin this important work by forming partnerships with those who are presently creating, curating, and collecting digital objects.
His band will be curating the four-day festival's exclusive U.
I wanted to be as inclusive as possible," Hubbard explains when asked about his criteria for curating the series, "to show the grassroots response to AIDS in all its manifestations.
Blekko has tapped the Stack Overflow community to help improve and maintain programming-related slashtags, curating the very best programming search verticals.
Villegas, who's curating the special exhibit along with Lisa Guerrero Nakpil.
This book is a must-read for students and researchers interested in the community curating process, museums, and indigenous communities.
Curating is the process of identifying the valuable, useful content in a particular category--like, for instance, femtocells--documenting it, adding context and then displaying it, all in a way that is meaningful and usable to people who are interested in that topic.