I have been a contributor to the Wikipedia for a while and made what are hopefully significant contributions. You can read more on my User page on that site. Though I am basically what I have often called “a text kinda guy”, along the way I have also contributed some graphics to that database, and one thing I realized recently is that the “official” picture of Benazir Bhutto (at right), the one that is often used in articles about her on the Wikipedia, Wikinews, and other sites that draw their content from those two and the Wikimedia database.
I recently realized that the article on Hussain Haqqani, the journalist, scholar, and then-Ambassador-Designate of Pakistan to the US did not have a picture on it. I tried to get one myself during the recent annual convention of the Organization of Pakistani Enterpreneurs (OPEN) in Silicon Valley, but–being that “text kinda guy”–wasn’t able to. However, a young and dynamic lady, Zainab Jeewanjee, has stepped in as a life saver and I just also contributed a picture she sent me (at left) to the Wikipedia, and which now appears in the article on him.