Step #1. Download 810 .gif files from a website.
You need to go through a captcha first in order to display and then download each individual graphic file.
Step #2. OCR the files.
Each individual .gif file is approx 400-500k in size and contains approximately 500 names. The image is in black and white. You need to use your own OCR software program to read the .gif file and convert each name to text format.
Step #3. Send me a single text file with one name per line. For example:
Terms and Conditions
1. You will need to agree to a non-disclosure / confidentiality agreement first.
2. You must have 95% accuracy in the OCR process. This means that 95% of the data in your text file, must be correct (the same was it was displayed in the corresponding image file). You will need to check (by visually inspecting) to ensure that the names are correctly scanned in.
3. OCR stands for Optical Character Recognition. If you don't know what OCR is then type "define OCR" into Google and find out! You may have the software - its commonly found with scanners - eg: Omnipage.
4. If you create a program to do this, then the source code must be supplied.