I have a website called Watered Down Physics, where I -- a non-physicist -- try to explain physics concepts for a general audience. I do a lot of reading in physics and the entries on my webpage represent my distillation of this material. Because I'm not a trained physicist, I make sure to stick closely to original source material. Over the last couple of months, I've written a series of essays on quantum mechanics. If, like me, you enjoy physics purely as a hobby, or you teach physics for non-majors, my website might be a good source of information. It can be accessed by clicking on: http://watered-down-physics.blogspot.com My writings on quantum mechanics appear on the following entry dates: July 27: Intro to Quantum Mechanics August 2: Double-Slit Experiments August 13: Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle September 3: Quantum Entanglement September 10: Probabilistic Elements, Copenhagen Interpretation, Many Worlds Interpretation September 22: Discrete Units, Bohr Atom Model The most recent entries appear at the top of the page, so to read these write-ups in sequence, you'd have to scroll way down and then read the essays working upwards. The essays also have a lot of links to neat external sources on the web.