What would you put in a time capsule for the year 2389?

What would you put in a time capsule for the year 2389?

An iPhone? A DVD of your favorite movie? A 2014 postcard? A group of ‘Capsule Keepers’ wants your ideas!

25 years ago, time capsules were filled with things about our state history and culture at the Capitol in Olympia. Back then, a group of 300 10-year-olds became Keepers of the Capsule and now… they’re 35 years old and want your ideas for the next time capsule! Pretty cool, eh?

Email your ideas to message2389@sos.wa.gov

The time capsule for 2389 will close on November 11, 2014.

BTW, they opened the capsule from 25 years ago and found: messages on microfilm, a Fredrick and Nelsen Christmas catalog from 1989, the Seattle area Yellow pages on  floppy disc and some other cool stuff.

One more thing: kids that were born between November 4 and November 18, 2004 can go to capsulekeepers.org and sign up to be a keeper for this generation, as can children of previous Capsule Keepers. Cool!

The future looks bright!

See the whole story from our friends at komonews.com right HERE.

About Sue Romero

Sue Romero has been doing news and traffic on the radio in Seattle since 1994. She is originally from southeast Alaska and moved to Seattle to go to the University of Washington. After graduating, she started her radio career in Houston, Texas, but moved back to Seattle because she missed the trees, hills, water and beauty of the Pacific Northwest. While she was in Texas, Sue danced on the NBA Houston Rockets Dance Team and still regularly takes dance in Seattle. She even attended a Seattle Sea Gals workshop, just for fun! Sue loves movies -- especially sci-fi!