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Jason Pratt

Oh, yes and my PSPI? It's 88. A bit on the high side.

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Jimbob Jones

What a useful index! I expect a linear progression of productivity output per inch on monitors that I deploy in my organization. Any worker here who does not fulfill their productivity quota based on the PSPI, I let go. Another helpful metric for management to quantify maximization points.

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