Washington: A Lisa Mouse that Apple`s late co-founder Steve Jobs used during his 1983 conference to demonstrate prognosticating technologies has been reportedly dug up from a time capsule.
The mouse had been buried by the International Design Conference organisers along with a collection of miscellaneous items donated by the conference attendees 30 years back as the `Aspen Time Tube`, which came later to be known as the ` Steve Jobs Time Capsule.`
According to Cnet, organisers had looked forward to one day excavating it and showcasing the mouse but they couldn`t find it.
The time capsule had remained lost under an Aspen field for many years and with the help of the National Geographic Channel show "Diggers," local crews finally discovered the tube last September and quickly set out to bring it back to the surface.
The excavation led to a lot of things including a six-pack of Balantine beer cans, a Moody Blues tape, a Rubik`s Cube, and Jobs` mouse, along with other things had remained protected in plastic bags, the report added.