When a company moves (either from building to building, or inside of a building) invariably lots of items are found that nobody really feels like hauling. Often they get thrown directly away, but sometimes a recycling spot is setup when people can bring and take items. I like those recycling spots, because there’s a chance of finding something neat and not everything gets thrown away and wasted.
Summer has been extremely hot and we have been enjoying it at the fullest. While this meant that I haven’t gotten around writing here as much as usually, I haven’t forgotten the blog.
Karthagon Hannibal Lähtee Sotaan is Finnish translation of 21st book of Ab Urbe Condita, a massive history of Rome written by Titus Livius. It covers bits of Hannibal’s childhood (around 228 BC), but concentrates mostly on time from just before the attack to Saguntum and beginning of the 2nd Punic war, until Hannibal’s winter campaign in Italy. Timespan is fairly short (around one year), but there’s more than enough action in the book.
Clausewitz’s Vom Krige (On War or Sodankäynnistä) is a military and strategy treatise written by a prussian general Carl von Clausewitz in the beginning of the 19th century. My copy is from the first printing and 5th printing is out of print, so keep this in mind while reading this review (although I don’t expect big revisions between printings in this book).