Episode 011: Introducing Art Into STEM Education with Amy Wibowo

December 14th, 2016 · 39 mins 38 secs

About this Episode

00:16 – Welcome to “Trapped in a BinarySort!” …we mean, “Greater Than Code!”

01:21 – “STEAM” Education

02:36 – Getting Involved in Technology and Being a Maker

05:33 – Making a Zine and Making it (and other things) Inclusive

Books With Pictures

[Kickstarter] BubbleSort Zines 2.0: moar computer science zines!

14:03 – Passion for Sailor Moon and How it Relates to Teams and Friendship

18:21 – Introducing Art Into STEM

Amy Wibowo: Sweaters as a Service – Adventures in Machine Knitting @ Madison+ Ruby

This Long-Lost Nintendo Knitting Machine Would Have Let You Make Sweaters With Your NES

25:36 – Making Websites as a Full-time Career

28:22 – Human-computer Interaction (HCI) Research


Astrid: Pay more attention to the hobbies that you have. You might be able to build a career out of it!

Sam: Seeking inspiration in other forms of art.

Coraline: Art gives us empathy for other people’s experiences.

Jessica: Art is not an alternative to technology. It is an integral part to doing technology well.

Amy: Art as admitting you don’t know everything and wanting to create a little bit of alternate reality that other people can look into and understand.

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