Thoughtput

28 June 2011

I’ve been making a misspelling for the last two days writing up a requirements document. When trying to write ‘throughput’, I’ve been typing ‘thoughtput’. It made me laugh, so I’ve invented a definition.

Thoughtput – a measurement of how fast a conversation covers new topics. For an example, a conversation that changes subjects on an average of every minute would be a one or ‘a single’. A fast changing conversation would change subjects every 15 seconds or quicker would be a 4 or ‘homerun conversation’.

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