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Recently, the National Geographic Channel's team excavated Steve Jobs' time capsule, which had been buried in Aspen...
Recently, the National Geographic Channel's team excavated Steve Jobs' time capsule, which had been buried in Aspen, Colorado, back in 1983. Namely, after giving a presentation on the future of technology at the Aspen International Design Conference in 1983, Steve Jobs donated the Apple Lisa mouse as a contribution to the collection of items, all given by the conference attendees. Back then, the capsule was known as the "Aspen Time Tube."
Initially, the time capsule was supposed to be be dug up back in 2000, but, somehow, it managed to get lost due to some landscaping projects in the area nearby. The “Diggers,” a National Geographic show, managed to locate the tube last September, and bring it up just now.
This tube, now called the “Steve Jobs Time Capsule,” contains a valuable collection of technology and knickknacks, including: the Apple Lisa mouse, a Moody Blues record, Rubik’s Cubes, a Balantine's six-pack, among other items. Although the tube had been affected strongly by mould, the most valuable items, like the Lisa mouse, had been packed in plastic bags.
The overwhelming joy of the “Diggers'” team was evident from the moment they set their eyes on the tube. We'll let you see that for yourselves, in the video below: