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Nat Geo ‘Diggers’ Finds Steve Jobs’ Time Capsule

Posted on the 23 September 2013 by Nrjperera @nrjperera


Back in 1983, Steve Jobs and some other folks have stuffed a 13-foot-long time capsule with a whole bunch of their personal things and buried it to dig it out by 2000 to see how valuable those things would be in the future. Sadly, they couldn’t find the “Steve Jobs time capsule”  due to some re-landscaping of the area. But, now thanks to National Geographic’s “Diggers” TV shows, the time capsule has been recovered, after 30 years.

According to CNET, the giant tube was filled with old things like an original Rubik’s cube, some name tags, a Moody Blues recording, a six pack of beer and Steve Job’s personal Lisa mouse which he has used to demonstrate the computer at a conference.


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Did someone put pie in there?


(Photo Credit: National Geographic Channel)
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