After waiting decades to see the inside of the long-buried "Steve Jobs Time Capsule," archaeologists who dug it up last week had to wait a few more days to find the treasure they sought -- Steve Jobs' 30-year-old mouse. And find it they did.
In 1983, at the end of the International Design Conference in Aspen, Colo., organizers put a time capsule, known officially as the Aspen Time Tube, into an Apsen field. Many at the conference contributed items, but there's no doubt that the Lisa mouse the late Apple co-founder had used during his presentation at the conference was the bounty everyone remembered and wanted to see once it was dug up. As a result, the Aspen Time Tube became known as the "Steve Jobs Time Capsule." … Read more