Thrill-a-minute

Good morning,
I’m trying to get the meaning of the expression “thrill-a-minute”. My guess is that it is something like “instant excitement” but I’m not sure.
It is taken from a popular science book about the males’ bevavior.
Thank you
Shirley

thrill-a-minute isn’t “instant,” it’s ongoing. There is a new thrill coming along every minute (or sooner).

Few books written about programming get away with not describing the thrill-a-minute drama of programming history.

 

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