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13-May-2008

  • Emir to open Dolphin gas plant in Ras Laffan today (The Peninsula)

    Doha ? The Emir H H Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani will open Dolphin Energy's gas processing plant in Ras Laffan Industrial City today.


  • Shark may have been after dolphin (Perth Now)

    A SICK dolphin probably drew a shark to a West Australian beach where it attacked a man at the weekend, local authorities say.


  • Sick dolphin probably attracted shark, council says (The West Australian)

    A sick dolphin probably drew a shark to an Albany beach where it attacked a man at the weekend, local authorities say. Middleton Beach is likely to remain closed until tomorrow morning after the reappearance of a 5m white pointer shark about 150m from the shore.


  • UAE-Qatar Dolphin project comes in at $5bn (Zawya)

    12 May 2008 The UAE and Qatar have pumped nearly $5 billion (Dh18.3bn) into the Dolphin project, which involves the first major trans-Gulf gas pipeline and one of the world's largest natural gas treatment facilities, officials said yesterday.


  • Recent Original Stories (OS News)

    Mandriva has sent out a press release to highlight NEPOMUK, the semantic framework (think metadata) being developed by Mandriva and several partners and will be integrated in the upcoming KDE 4. It includes a link to a video demonstrating NEPOMUK integration into Dolphin, the KDE 4 file manager.


  • Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 20th Feb 2007 09:52 UTC, submitted by anonymous (New Mobile Computing)

    In the transition from KDE 3 to KDE 4, a new file manager, Dolphin, was often discussed and now officially moved to the base part of KDE. "I just stumbled over this message saying that the file manager Dolphin is now part of kdebase (of KDE 4): 'Moving Dolphin to kdebase, as discussed with Peter and others.


  • Aussie survives attack by 5m shark (Independent Online)

    An Australian swimmer who was mauled by a 5m shark and survived said he saw a shadow in the water seconds before the attack and thought it was a dolphin.


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