This is the third year I've posted my Google H Score, and, my H score is up to five! Yes! My original post about my Google H score (and year 2) that started the whole thing showed that, back then, my G-H Score was 4. Is more still more? Are there hot topics and more-widely cited journals? Do things fade over time? No idea yet. And, hey, my solo score is up to 3.
In order to get to 6, I'll need the Cross National Study... to get to 6, and one of the lesser-cited ones also to get to 6. Tough to do, I think, but there is some solo work out right now (one R&R, one new submission from ICA, and one I'm vetting with a friend which will go out soon) and two co-authored pieces in progress (well they're not progressing while I work on this post...).
|Article (short title)||Journal||Author(s)||Year||2009||2010||2011|
|Mechs of an online public sphere||JCMC||Solo||2005||*25||*42||*51|
|To broadband or not to...||JoBEM||Co||2004||9||10||12|
|Honey, I shrunk the world!||MCS||Co||2006||8||12||15|
|Playing Internet curveball...||Convergence||Solo||2006||7||11||12|
|A cross-national study...||TIS||Solo||2007||1||2||5|
|Technology as place||(chapter)||Co||2010||-||-||2|
|Global citation patterns...||IJoC||Solo||2009||0||0||x|
|Strat and global elite theory||IJoPOR||Co||2009||0||0||0|
Values as of Sept 10th, 2009, 2010, and 2011.
x = missing from/mis-titled in Google.
HICSS is conference proceedings.