– graduated from college with a biomedical engineering degree and am now a medical student. What kind of a doctor will I be? Unknown at this time… and no, I don’t go to Harvard Medical School. I wish!
– am a Los Angeles, California native who took SoCal for granted. During high school, I couldn’t wait to get out of L.A. and see another part of the U.S for college. I have since developed a humble appreciation for the greatness and luxuries of L.A. living. Currently still on the opposite side of the country, fighting my way to go back home.
– am a GameDaily.com alumni and formerly kept a gaming blog at GamerFeed/GameDaily for about 3 years until AOL purchased our company. This is a spiritual successor to that blog, no longer limited to videogame discussion. When I started this website, I anticipated that life in med school would be my main topic. Funny enough, I ended up slipping into familiar territory and writing more about my hobbies — games, consumer electronics, Asian dramas and music.
– am completely independent. Unless explicitly specified in the post, anything I write about (especially consumer goods / vacations / restaurants) have not been paid for by the respective companies or manufacturers. I have no sponsors and no ads on this site.
If you want to get in touch, feel free to email andy (at) protocolsnow (dot) com.
Top Gear, Community, Modern Family
Street Fighter IV (PC)
What does “Protocol Snow” mean?
Guide to the images in my sliding header
Games — Area 1 Boss from REZ (Dreamcast, PS2, Xbox 360)
Music — Taeyeon from Korean girl group SNSD
Dramas — Keiko Kitagawa in Buzzer Beat, a Japanese drama
Travel — View from The Lalu hotel room, overlooking Sun Moon Lake in Taiwan. One of the best rooms I’ve ever stayed in.
School — Me wearing my medical school clothes and doing a Dr. McNinja impersonation.
I have been thinking about doing random header images. So every time you visit a new page on my site, you’ll get different pictures in the headers for each category. However, the header is already somewhat resource intensive as it is and I don’t want to increase load times with every page visit. We’ll see…