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A rainfall radar image issued earlier today by Met Eireann.

James O’Brien tweetz:

Rain the size and shape of Ireland prepares to slot into place.

Wind and rainfall warnings in place for most of the country RTE News)

Related The Broadsheet Book Of Unspecified Things That Look Like Ireland (Aidan Coughlan, New Island, €5)


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Representations of famous artworks spawned from the artificial neural network released earlier this month by Google in an attempt to show how computers ‘view’ the world by recognising and emphasising patterns in otherwise abstract shapes.

It’s a little like the human phenomenon of pareidolia except with more nightmare fuel.

It’s called ‘deepdream art’ and it’s all over the Twitter, the Tumblr and the Reddit, should you wish to delve deeper.