Treasure Island April 14, 2010

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I was working at home today when joe called and asked if I could meet with his company’s founder about some programming project he wanted to discuss. Joe drove 45 minutes back to berkeley to pick me up and then back to his workplace. It was the first time I’ve seen where he worked. I stayed at the office until he got off at 3:30pm.

On the way back to Berkeley, we decided to take the Treasure Island exit on the bay bridge, and explored the island for a while. It was the first time I’ve gone further inside, since in the past I’ve always stopped at the waterfront looking towards San Francisco.

The size of the island amazed me. I didn’t know such a large community existed on that piece of land. I also found out later that it’s a man-made island, which is even crazier.


Some areas of Treasure Island are pretty strange, with abandoned buildings everywhere.


Joe cooked dinner. While he was cooking, I showed him a debate between William Lane Craig and Peter Slezak regarding the existence of God. He discovered that his laptop fit perfectly in the cabinet above the sink, and was pretty happy about that.