Steve Jobs Time Capsule Finally Uncovered After 30 Years

mashable.com Published: February 18, 2014

Steve Jobs' spirit lives on — not only through your Macs and iPhones, but also via a time capsule.

The tube, which was buried by Jobs and several others at the Aspen International Design Conference in 1983, was filled with personal items including the Lisa mouse. That mouse is recognized as an important piece of history; Jobs used it at the conference where he predicted many innovations we use today. He envisioned the future of computers and the Internet, the creation of the App Store, wireless networking and other Apple technologies, according to Mashable.com.



The conference organizers wanted to dig up the capsule in 2000, but couldn’t find it as a result of a landscaping project in the area. However, thanks to the National Geographic show "Diggers," the organizers finally uncovered the relic.

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