Yes, that metaphor is entirely accurate because walking into a already curated museum is just like taking a stroll on the internets where everything and anything is worth throwing a finger at. Of course, the article does start of with:
In the usual modern senses of the word, a curator (who often works for a museum) has a complex set of responsibilities that can only be carried out well by someone with a good deal of training, taste, experience, and intelligence…. If a person whose website links to other websites is a curator, then a person who walks into the Louvre with a friend and points out the Mona Lisa is also a curator. It seems to me that if we go with that usage we’re losing a worthwhile distinction.