This reference also looks solid and I'm looking forward to reading it in more depth.
It's curious to hear this from Nielsen himself. Personally, learning about Grover's algorithm was when I realised why "if you're not surprised by quantum mechanics, you cannot have understood a thing" (attributed to Bohr, I think).
- Some questions seem to be of little relevance (I am not interested in memorizing an Einstein quote for life but I have no way of signaling it).
- The order of the questions is deterministic within a session (I always get some related questions on after the other).
- I received no email notification when "How the quantum search algorithm works" went out.
This site's approach looks promising
I'd love to hear more about your idea
edit: I found it - branches-app.com/theplan. Taking a look now
I also, coincidentally, have just started talking with a local company working on quantum computing. Things lined up nicely!