This page is intended for the use of players of NomiCam, the nomic set in Cambridge University. Check the NomiCam home page for more details. If you're not a Voter, this is a map of Camford, the city that NomiCam is set in. NOTE that  William West Midlands college (MARTIN) is underneath the Cam.
EAST      -5        -4        -3        -2        -1        0        1        2        3

0                                                Sewer   ScotsPine   Fermat
                                                         PolarRsch   (JACK)

-1                                      Cam      Merity   Senate    Modern
                                      [WWMids]    Hall     House   Languages
                                      [UNDER]    (JON)              Library

-2                                    Scudamore's                 Laboratory
                                                                    Complex  Raddelard

-3     House Of     New       St.     Porker's    Death    Lecture
         Usher    Museums  Bassett's   Piece       Van      Hall
        (SEBI)      Site    (ALEX)                         Complex

-4                  Ring                      St. Herman's
                    Road                        (DUNCAN)

To look at the initial ruleset, click here.
To look at the current ruleset, click here.
To look at the currently active proposals, click here.
To look at the now inactive proposals, click here.
To look at the players list, click here.
To look at the results of previous votes, click here.
To look at the undefined terms list, click here .
To look at the game history, click here.
To check the number of jellybabies owned by each player, click here.
To look at the Map of Camford, click here.
To go back to the main page, click here.

Despite the above set of rather Jack-style links <cough>, this page is not actually part of the NomiCam complex on Jack's site on GeoCities: it is in fact an entirely unconnected organism. Well, apart from the obvious connections. And links. Okay, in fact it is fairly connected but you know what I mean...

As you'll note from the URL it is rather a part of Alex Churchill's metroplex of obscure HTML-ity. To view more of the site, click here, here, here, here or here.
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