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On January, I counted the number of emails that I received the last three years, and then I estimated the time that I spent to respond to these emails. By making the quite conservative assumption of 1 email request = 10 minutes, Wow! I spent an entire working week by just writing emails! The above helped me to realize that I have to change my email policy.Until now, I respond to every email that I receive, although my answer sometimes might take a few days/weeks to be sent.Adobe Photoshop is probably the most famous raster graphics editor that is available on the market for almost three decades. I have only played with it for a few hours, and I was quite surprised with the results.One of the things that intrigued me the most was the ability to program it.Second, the question reminded me a similar need that I had some years ago.So, I found the code that I had written then (2012) and I made some minor changes in order to make it more generic, and, here it is!
Unfortunately, during the last summer, I realized that I do a lot of “email engineering” due to this blog. That means that I wrote at least 300 emails since in many cases one email was not enough to solve the problem.
Anyway, in the paragraphs that follow you will find a text version of my latest poster, which was presented on the 14th International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology.
The conference took place in Rhodes (Greece) during the first week of September.
In this particular case, the palindrome 9339 appeared after the 4th addition.
This method leads to palindromes in a few step for almost all of the integers. 196 is the first number for which no palindrome has been found.
The last few months, however, the frequency has been dropped to 1 – 2 posts per month; September (2014) was the only month in the last – almost –4 years that I am running this blog, in which I didn’t write anything! but, on “engineering side”, I will try to write more frequently (I slightly neglected to write about engineering issues at 2014), and, on “programming side”, I will probably try to move from VB 6.0 / VBA to other languages (C# is a good example).