Steve Jobs Time Capsule Thirty Years In The Dark Kg and Ringy are in Aspen, Colorado, hot on the trail of a 13-foot time capsule that has been lost underground for thirty years. It's rumored to hold what could be the greatest artifact they've ever hunted: a mouse from Steve Jobs' first personal computer. Tracking Down The Capsule The 1983 International Design Conference in Aspen brought together innovators from all over the world to share their latest, ground-breaking ideas in design and technology. It was a conference that recognized that the future isn't what it used to be and that the tech world was rapidly changing. The capsule was meant to be dug up in the year 2000, but it remained lost underground until the Diggers crew got wind of it. Off The Grid Dig KG and Ringy face one major obstacle: since the time-tube is made of plastic, no metal detector will be able to pick it up. Their one saving grace is an alleged six-pack of beer that is said to have been placed in the time capsule. Eureka! After talking with the historic conference's attendee's KG and Ringy are able to narrow down the capsule's location and with a little help from a survey crew, they strike gold. Cracking The Case KG and Ringy crack open the time capsule for the first time in three decades. Juice In The Poc The crew is thrilled to find out what's inside of this massive piece of history. First Look Inside Some of the materials found inside the capsule. Proud Mr. Durkin On-site archaeologist, Michael Durkin with Steve Job's computer mouse from a time capsule that was buried in 1983. The 'Lisa' Mouse Steve Job's computer mouse from a time capsule that was buried in 1983.