The team used the original survey and some math to figure out the capsule's location. The capsule was then excavated with the help of an archaeologist, and after researchers catalogue the contents, they will make their way to the Aspen Historical Society.
The Apple Lisa was Jobs' first mainstream computer targeted for individual business users. The mouse was buried along with some iconic emblems of the 80s, such as an eight-track of the Moody Blues, a Rubik's Cube and a Sears, Roebuck & Company catalog, along with objects that might be a bit more timeless, such a copy of Vogue magazine and a six-pack of beer.
The show "Diggers" follows the exploits of Tim Saylor and George Wyant as they search for lost heirlooms, Civil War trinkets and other forgotten pieces of American history. An episode about the time capsule will air on the program in early 2014.
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