One of the many marvelous features of Google Scholar is the way it allows one to chase citations, finding out who's been citing what paper, and so on. A side-effect is the possibility of self-indulgence in finding out who's been citing one's own papers, across a wide variety of areas, at least in electronically available texts. I was surprised to find that my two most-cited pieces, after The Conscious Mind and "Facing Up to the Problem of Consciousness", are two AI papers that I wrote as a graduate student: "Syntactic Transformations on Distributed Representations" (123 citations) and "The Evolution of Learning: An Experiment in Genetic Connectionism" (82 citations). By contrast, most of my philosophy articles are have less than 30 citations. The full list is here.