Jeff Maurone, an intern at Microsoft, shares his experience having dinner at Bill Gates’ home.
Further and further you descend, past what seems to be an annex library, as it was certainly not the primary librarian that houses the Leicester Codex (Bill’s original DaVinci notebook, for which he paid approx $30.8 million). Elegantly non-intrusive but screaming geekhood were sparsely placed digital canvases that, ever so often, changed the artwork on the wall. We passed the movie theatre, rumored to be the most advanced movie theatre in the world. Finally, we reached the bottom level of the entertaining portion of the home. To the left was a room with a design so powerful that it could only exist in the home of the richest man in the world.
After hearing about the security surrounding the house and the amount of work Bill does, it makes me appreciate the ability to sit on my back porch, eat a popsicle, and watch the sun set.