Computers

1:01pm

Fri September 20, 2013
Tech History Found

Apple Co-Founder's Old Mouse Dug Up in Aspen

The Apple LISA Computer
Wikipedia

A crew from the National Geographic Channel show “Diggers” says they have unearthed a time capsule in Aspen containing a piece of tech history – a mouse to Apple’s LISA computer placed by Steve Jobs.

The time capsule was buried on the grounds of the Aspen Institute as part of the 1983 International Design Conference according to a release from the National Geographic Channel.  

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6:31pm

Wed July 24, 2013
2013 Aspen Security Forum

Aspen Security Forum - Clear and Present Danger

Clear and Present Danger: Cyber-Crime; Cyber-Espionage; Cyber-Terror; and Cyber-War

The nation's point man on cyber threats, National Security Agency Director and the Pentagon's Cyber Command Commander General Keith Alexander will discuss cyber-threats and the steps being taken to combat them.

Gen. Keith Alexander, Director, National Security Agency; Commander, U.S. Cyber Command

MODERATOR: Pete Williams, Chief Justice Correspondent, NBC News

6:03am

Mon July 8, 2013
New Design in Heating & Cooling

From the iPod to the AC - Tony Fadell of Nest Labs

Tony Fadell
File Photo

In 2001, Tony Fadell’s design for Apple revolutionized the music player and eventually the cellphone. Today, he’s the CEO and chief designer at Nest Labs - a company aiming to making your thermostat more beautiful, intuitive and energy efficient. Fadell was in town this week to present at the Aspen Ideas Festival and he spoke to Aspen Public Radio’s Rob St. Mary.

For more about Nest Labs: nest.com/