I need one person to collect information and articles from the internet based on one keyword. No writing is required. Given a keyword, such as "graphic design", This person will search information and articles online for this keyword: 1. search wikipedia for "graphic design" 2. query google, yahoo, msn: query string: graphic design tutorial How to use graphic design how to buy graphic design Cut and paste ALL relevant information to a plain text file: [url removed, login to view] text file formating: 1. each sentence (end with period) is on one separate line. 2. no blank lines in the text file. 3. length of text file must be AT LEAST 300 lines (300 sentences) Note: 1. Do NOT copy any reprintable articles, authors of those articles do not allow any alteration. Total time estimated for each keyword: 20-30 minutes. Here is an example snnipet of a text file with "DSL" as keyword: DSL was the solution developed in the mid 1990s to solve the analog program. When you speak on the phone, the microphone senses the vibrations and causes an electrical voltage to go up and down with each vibration. Your phone is on the end of a pair copper wires that stretches from your house to the central office normally located in the center of the nearest town to you, or perhaps in a nice discrete location in a neighborhood near you. Early on, the phone company realized that most people use the telephone most of the time to talk to another person. The human voice does not vary much in its pitch, so a phone call sounds quite normal if the phone company filters out the high pitched sounds. The reason this is important to the phone company is that when sending your phone call long distance (before the introduction of digital phone equipment), the smaller the range of frequencies that were in a phone call, the more phone calls at one time that could be squeezed on the very expensive high capacity coaxial cables that connected the country's long distance phone system. With the introduction of the transistor and high speed electronics, the long distance portion of your phone call is digitized and no longer uses this analog technology. However, that final mile or two from your phone company central office to your telephone still operates in analog mode with high frequency filtering, the same way it did when your grandfather used the telephone as a young man. At various times, the phone company has considered making the last mile digital, but the costs are very high and with very little obvious benefit. (Many businesses are all digital, since they have a large number of phone lines in one place) An ordinary phone line is capable of carrying a high speed digital signal, but there are a few "gotchas". The first is that your phone line doesn't run by itself straight to the central office. It generally runs to a phone company box somewhere close to your house and is combined in a cable with hundreds of other phone lines. Because the original wires were only intended to carry analog voice calls, they normally do not contain shielding to prevent signals on one wire from jumping to another wire, as at the low power and low frequencies, this doesn't normally happen.