I think we often hear the word "decontextualize" as having a negative connotation. I suppose it can be that way. A quote by itself rarely speaks for itself, but as part of a social annotation there is 're-contextualizing' that is happening. Perhaps that is just another name for curation or critique or summary or analysis, but I like what you have done here. Much of what you say, especially about Papert's yearners and schoolers fits my context as an unschooling parent who also carved out yearning spaces for high school writers and actors. Thanks.