When do we browse, when we do surf, when do we curate? We will browse bookstores and libraries. We might even browse grocery stores, although typically we’ve curated at least a mental list beforehand. (Then again, we’ll do that for bookstores and libraries, too.) Do people surf the web anymore, or has social media–itself a list of sources or people we’ve curated for ourselves–done away with that? Back in blogging’s heyday when we fired up our RSS readers, what was that? Curation, to be sure, but often it turned out to be our curated lists of other people’s curated browsing. What is it we do here, these days, anyway?