The original Lisa Mouse of Steve Jobs was discovered

Buried in custody in Aspen and lost since then, the 4 meter time tube capsule contained, among others, the original mouse from the computer Lisa of Jobs. Today, thanks to the American TV show Diggers, the well buried secrets of a time tube came to light, with the famous mouse to see again the day after 30 years stay in the dark. It was in 1983 and then at the end of the period of organizing the International Design Conference in Aspen, Colorado when the organizers decided to bury a time capsule, known officially as Aspen Time Tube.

Lisa Mouse by Steve Jobs

Lisa Mouse by Steve Jobs

Conference participants contributed various items of the Rubik’s cube and name tags and packaging up to six cans of beer, Steve Jobs gave but the dustbin of history with the mouse which had presented the computer Lisa, why and the tube was thereafter known as Steve Jobs Time Capsule.

The purpose was to unearthed the time capsule in 2000, but abandoned the idea and blueprint for the exact burial place of the tube was lost since. Some remembered, of course, mean ends where he was buried, but the drastic change of the surroundings further obscures their memory. And so for 30 years, the time capsule of Steve Jobs remained lost and buried, keeping into oblivion treasures.

Lisa Mouse by Steve Jobs

Lisa Mouse by Steve Jobs

This course until recently, when the emission of National Geographic Channel, Diggers, searched and finally found the Aspen Time Tube! A few days later, the magic pipe emerged from the bowels of the earth bringing to light so many unclassified objects, hundreds of personal things and innovative technologies of the time. Among them, of course the jewel of the time capsule, the awesome and terrible Lisa Mouse Steve Jobs.

By Nicole P.

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