Lost for 30 years, the 'Steve Jobs Time Capsule' reappears (pictures)
Buried after a 1983 design meetup in Aspen, Colo., the huge buried tube contains treasures including a Lisa mouse that Jobs used during his presentation at the event.
Steve Jobs' 30-year old Lisa mouse
For 30 years, the exact location of the Aspen Time Tube, otherwise known as the "Steve Jobs Time Capsule," was lost to history. Buried in an Aspen, Colo., field and containing hundreds of items, its most important treasure was the Lisa mouse Jobs used during his presentation at the 1983 International Design Conference in Aspen.
Last Thursday, the time capsule was finally found, and the process of unearthing it, and cataloging it, is being documented by the National Geographic Channel show "Diggers."
Though it took several days, the crew finally dug Jobs' mouse, which is seen here, out of the capsule.