National Geographic Program Diggers dug up a long-lost time capsule containing numerous relics from the 1983 International Design Conference in Aspen, Colorado. The items in the capsule included a mouse used by late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs!
The history of this mouse coriginates from Apple’s Lisa computer, a machine that was a commercial failure for the company but also one that paved the way for the first Macintosh in 1984. As per CNET, for many years, the time capsule remained lost under an Aspen field.
Some of the other items that were included in the capsule are a Sears Roebuck catalog, a Rubick’s Cube, an eight-track of The Moody Blues, and a six-pack of beer for whoever ended up digging up the capsule.