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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of curate.
  • adj. Produced by curatorial process; reviewed by a curator


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  • Onefinestay takes a more involved approach with both renters and guests, presenting what it terms a "curated" selection of homes and hotel-style services.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Free with admission to the Museum, the program stems from an exhibition Lolly has curated from the collection of Zora Charles.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • Open that and you'll generally be told the data was "curated" - found and verified - by the company behind WolframAlpha.

    The Seattle Times

  • You curated a kathy acker exhibition last year right? i wish i could of gone to that.

    Bedtime Reading

  • The Twitter graph isn't transitive but one of its most powerful uses is retweeting, which gives the Twitter graph what might be called curated transitivity.

    Dare Obasanjo aka Carnage4Life

  • As usual, you never know what to expect at the Incubator, but the work is consistently innovative and we've never been bored by any production they've curated, which is really saying something.


  • NPR's Andy Carvin was a great resource for many journalists covering this story with his "curated" Twitter feed of news from journalists and bloggers on the ground.

    Joel Simon: A Twitter Revolution for Journalists

  • While there are lots of 'curated' boutiques by celebs (boring, except for the Olsen twins - they do have taste) and designers (good for finding forward looks and direction) anyone can set up a boutique for others to follow.

    Rosalyn Hoffman: Stylish and on a Budget? Meet Your New Best Friend: Google Boutiques

  • For example, the Nook Color doesn't offer close to the number of apps or functions of those devices; B&N says it will eventually offer a "curated" apps store, but it's unclear how many of the thousands of apps in the Android Marketplace will be included.

    First Look Video: The Nook Color e-book reader looks like a winner

  • Meanwhile, in terms of image and risk, the antithesis of a messenger-organized Queens death ride is a popular search engine-"curated" human-powered monorail, to which a number of readers have recently alerted me:

    Archive 2010-09-01


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