“I did not suspect Miss Cecilia at all,” said the fastidious little detective. “Until I learned that Lady Flittermoor had changed her will the night before. Miss Cecilia, it seems, stands to inherit the whole estate!” Gosh! Suddenly the preening Miss Cecilia has a motive… but is she really a murderer? Either way, she is […]
So, syntironomy.com has a logo. What is it? A capital sigma – the Greek letter which starts syntiro, the root word of syntironomy – with arrows added to the top and bottom bars. Sigma not only stands for the word syntironomy, but also consists of four lines, standing for the four syntironomic Methods. And the […]
Some very exciting news: the author of The Dictionary of Urbanism, Mr Rob Cowan, will be including syntironomy in the 2nd edition of the dictionary, currently in preparation. It will be great to see how syntironomy can be of use to students and practitioners in the field of urbanism. Mr Cowan’s Dictionary of Urbanism, first […]
Hello! Maybe you’ve come across the term ‘syntironomy’ and would like to know more about it. What does it mean? Why does it matter? Could it help you? Whatever your questions, you’ve come to the right place: the official website for all things syntironomic. Our syntironomic journey starts here, and keeps going.