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Wednesday, August 13, 2014

12-Year-Old App Developer Explains His $5 Bill Murray

In this screenshot from Avery Miller's YouTube tutorial, Abraham Lincoln is transformed into Bill Murray. (YouTube)

In this screenshot from Avery Miller’s YouTube tutorial, Abraham Lincoln is transformed into Bill Murray. (YouTube)

From a $5 Bill Murray to an app that helps you whip together dinner with items in your cupboard, 12-year-old Avery Miller is on top of it. He’s too young to see some of Murray’s films, but old enough to tell his viewers how to turn Abe Lincoln into Bill Murray.

And that’s not all he does. When his mother, Rhaea, asked him to develop an app for cooking dinner, he did that too. Avery and his mother Rhaea Miller talk to Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson.

Watch Avery Miller's video tutorial

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