I have just uploaded a major update to my philosophy of mind bibliography. This is the first update since 2001. It's expanded from 5700 entries to 8130 entries, and should be up-to-date for now. The six-part structure is the same, but I've added many new subsections, including self-represenational approaches to consciousness, nonconceptual content, phenomenal concepts, beliefs, desires, social externalism, two-dimensionalism about content, the extended mind, naturalism and intentionality, meaning skepticism, rule-following, the normativity of content, theory of mind, the theory theory, evolution of cognition, psychopathology, imagery and imagination, change/inattentional blindness, consciousness and action, and introspection and reportability. The bibliography still desperately needs a new part on the philosophy of perception, and maybe one on the philosophy of action, but those will have to wait.
The biggest change involves some new features implemented by David Bourget, a philosopher of mind at the University of Toronto. First, the bibliography is now searchable by author and keyword. Second, the bibliography entries now include links to online texts wherever possible. For the latter, David wrote a script that finds a JSTOR link for papers in the relevant journals, and that queries Google Scholar for links to other papers. Right now, around a third of the entries have links to online texts (a few links are false positives, a trade-off of the automated process), but presumably that will increase as more online material becomes available. As a bonus, citation information has been inserted where it's available. David has also added a feature that automates the (often annoying) process of accessing restricted online texts via your library, by having users insert relevant information which is then stored in a cookie and used automatically to access those texts.
All of this will make the bibliography enormously more useful. I'm very grateful to David for doing it all, and for his general research assistance in updating the bibliography. If you notice any glitches, please note them in the comments or by e-mail.