|"While some aspects of the curatorial role—such as selection of works, organization of exhibits and their art-historical framing—still apply to the process of online curating, transformations occur in the process of filtering, “describing” and classifying within the online environment. The Internet is a contextual network where a different context is always only one click away, and everyone is engaged in a continuous process of creating context and re-contextualizing. Linking to and commenting on other websites creates information filters, portals, and new contexts. The continuous flow of information creates fluctuating contexts that become a “moving target” when it comes to establishing our frameworks for creating meaning. On the Internet, the spatial distance that would divide the center from the margin or text from context in the physical world is subordinated to the temporality of the link."