There is something slightly disturbing about checking the web for uses of your work. One finds the odd undergraduate presentation that has 'borrowed' a graphic, or quoted your quotes as notes, and other lyrical misdemeanours. One even risks finding oneself renamed, although I have to say I find 'Simorn' a little too contemporary for my tastes. What is particularly interesting is to find oneself cited in such a way that one is 'designated', purposed as a standard bearer for a position one didn't know one held. I'm intrigued to find that my IRRODL article on the SOLE model from February 2011 served as an illustration of 'applied non-cartesian concepts' by psychologydegree.net (20.03.13 Page now removed) . Fascinating.