The Bitcoin whitepaper was also a great choice for this type of project. Terse, spartan language where every word of every sentence is completely necessary and contributes meaningfully in some way. It's not hard to understand (unlike the majority of academic research which seems to be intentionally obfuscated), but it benefits greatly from a bit of context and color.
Nice work! Hoping to see more interesting papers in the future.
Maybe a another good occasion to mention that coursera currently offers a Bitcoin MOOC run by some guys from Princeton - it's quite awesome.
Alan Turing - On Computable Numbers, With an Application to the Entscheidungsproblem
C. E. Shannon - A Mathematical Theory of Communication
Anyway, this is cool. The only thing missing is a comments section.
What i find more annoying is the behavior of the annotation scroll bar in combination with the Facebook and Google+ login buttons.