Common life goals include starting a business, living on a beach or atop a mountain, obtaining a college degree, and, if a recent Twitter search is to be believed, getting President-elect Donald Trump to block you on Twitter.
A lot of people have taken it upon themselves to poke the orange-tinged bear until he decides he no longer wants to see you in his mentions.
With today’s advanced technology, learning about the White House is as easy as pointing your phone camera at a dollar bill.
With the latest White House augmented reality app, 1600, you can transform your plain old dollar bills into a nifty and insightful learning experience.
, White House Press Secretary, announced that the app, made available Thursday, will let users experience a digital year at The White House and get insight into the traditions, events and the life of the president.
The app was created after the White House teamed up with the White House Historical Association and Nexus Studios “to educate and inspire Americans to learn all about what the People’s House stands for.” Read more…