That looked a bit poor, so I thought I should look to see if I had written some papers which counted or had been cited by some formal papers (given that thouadns of people read my web site each day I assume someone must mention it somewhere). A search of Google Scholar listed one of my books:
There were also 24 citations of my web pages in schollarly web pages:
T Worthington - 2009 - books.google.com
This book is about how to reduce carbon emissions and achieve other environmental benefits
by using computers and telecommunications technology. It is designed to be used within an
online course for profes- sionals, using mentored and collaborative learning techniques. ...
- 8 citing Worthington: Internet-TV Convergence with the Multimedia Home Platform.
- 8 citing Worthington: Olympic Failure: A case for making the web accessible.
- 2 citing Worthington: Internet for C3I at Exercise Tandem Thrust 97-ADFA Computer Science School Seminar
- 2 citing Clarke: Vision for a Networked Nation: The Public Interest in Network Services'
- 2 citing Worthington: Metadata for E Commerce.
- 2 citing Worthington: A Common Understanding: Metadata, Data Management, the Digital Library and Electroni...
Eventually someone suggested the "H-index" which lead me to a reference to "Web of Knowledge". A search of that shows one paper:
Title: REMOTE PRESENTATION CLIENT-SERVER MORE THAN JUST SCREEN SCRAPER
Author(s): WORTHINGTON, T
Source: AUSTRALIAN COMPUTER JOURNAL Volume: 27 Issue: 1 Pages: 16-16 Published: FEB 1995
Times Cited: 0
Presumably none of the other publications which cited me were formal papers and so do not count. But one paper is better than none.