Steve Jobs' Time Capsule Discovered
Buried and forgotten in 1983 in Aspen, the 13 ft time capsule belonging to Steve Jobs was found.
The tube was discovered courtesy of the TV show, "Diggers." After 30 years, the capsule is open and revealing many items including that of Jobs' old mouse and a six-pack of beer.
Originally known as the Aspen Time Tube, it includes various contributions from many International Design Conference attendees. The tube was renamed "Steve Jobs Time Capsule" in memory of the late contributor of his Lisa mouse, which he used during his presentation at the conference.
The National Geographic Channel's show, Diggers, went searching for the lost tube which was scheduled to be dug up in 2000. Organizers could not recall the exact location of burial, and so it was left to remain a mystery, that is until now.
Will you watch Diggers to find out what was buried in Steve Jobs' time capsule?