Added a new daily feature to the site, a fan contribution of the day, which can be found in the daily features section of the main page.
Mattie sent me the info on the roo-rooters' release of Dead Man Walking.
Brian Gallagher sent me a scan of the wooden box set for Santa Monica 1972.
Artur sent me info on four more singles.
Jan sent me a picture of the cover to The Forgotten Songs of David Robert Jones.
Dave and Shaz have moved their Missing Link webzine to a new location. Please update your bookmarks.
Alys sent me a pointer to a new Bowie charcoal drawing of Reeves Gabrels.
For those of you who are registered users, I have made substantial revisions to the weekly vote code so that now votes can have multiple choices. This should allow for a more interesting variety of votes.
Artur sent me the details on the singles Ragazzo Solo, Ragazza Sola, The Prettiest Star and Memory Of A Free Festival.
I found three Quicktime clips from the Little Wonder video for us poor sods in the US and elsewhere who have never seen it.
Added cover pictures for Lost Highway, Heaven And Hull and Young Lions.
Music Central has an interesting online interview with Bowie, including a clip from the Dead Man Walking video.
Ramona sent me her Just A Gigolo review, as well as the last line to the infamous Little Toy Soldier.
Artur sent me more info on the early singles.
Eric sent me information about the following singles: Prisoner Of Love, You Belong In Rock 'N Roll, and updates to Buddha Of Suburbia and Black Tie White Noise
Dara's chart watch page has been updated, in spite of his crappy OS/Netscape combo which can't submit a simple form.
Desiree sent in an interesting parallel between the song Diamond Dogs and a science fiction novel by Samuel Delaney.
Magienoire Torrent sent me another piece of fan artwork.
Valeria sent me the location of Bowie's sculpture exhibit at last year's Florence Fashion Exhibition.
Artur sent me information about six of the early single releases in the 1960s.
Various people sent me a report on David's appearance on the Jack Docherty show.
Ruud sent me scans for the Phoenix Festival and Best Of Grunge Rock albums.
Nick sent me the full listing of the picture disc set.
Janet sent me two photos from the Fort Apache, Cambridge, MA appearance.
Samantha sent me the translation of an Italian interview with Bowie.
Astroboy sent me better scans for Dead Man Walking, Cat People and Jump (CDROM).
Laurie sent in another wonderful piece of fan artwork.
Mattie sent me information about The Crossing soundtrack which features an alternative version of Tin Machine's Betty Wrong.
I revamped the voting mechanisms so that registered users can now vote directly through the Web browser without having to send email!
Alys and Starluck sent in Part 2 of their short story.
John Sellars sent me a report on the BBC Radio 1 appearances this morning.
I've provided a link to Rachel's excellent transcript of the WBCN special appearance.
Dara sent in this week's chart watch.
Lugh pointed out this site which has a few Bowie MIDI files.
Updates on promo versions of Dead Man Walking, and information on the Earthling radio edits disc.
The aforementioned The Forgotten Songs of David Robert Jones appears to be a bootleg after all.
The Appearances page has been updated with a link to the BBC Radio 1 site.
Eric Slim sent me information about what appears to be a semi-legal release of previously unreleased songs on the album The Forgotten Songs of David Robert Jones.
Ruud sent me version 6.7 of his updated discography.
Smoothi sent me a transcript of half of the Atlanta 99X breakfast show from April 8.
Added a number of new pictures/artwork to the fan contributions page.
Marz sent in a family story of close encounters with Bowie.
Added a link to Rob Hall's Conan O'Brien's show multimedia extravaganaza.
Included some new trivia for the following songs: African Night Flight, Yassassin, Red Money.
Laurie sent in a watercolor.
Deke sent in a scan of his ticket stub from the Arizona Coliseum during the 1974 Diamond Dogs tour.
Dave Priest sent in some interesting trivia info about the Jump CD-ROM.
Tony Chefles sent in a drawing of Bowie.
Kali sent in the transcript of an interesting article from British Airways Highlife magazine.
Bowie performed two songs on Late Night with Conan O'Brien. You can read more on the television appearances page.
You can read a short review (available for one day only) of the Fort Apache Studios, Cambridge, MA appearance from the Boston Globe.
The Chart Watch page has been updated with Dara's latest figures.
Added a couple of new artwork contributions, as well as a new poem.
Jam! Music has a short piece about Bowie's Toronto trip which you can find from the online appearances page. You can also find a link to Jam!'s David Bowie page on the other links page.
Rachel transcribed the Guitar World article.
Addicted To Noise has a new interview which I've linked to on the appearances page.
Bassman's Bowie page has two new entries called Videos and Cassettes. You can find a link to it on the Other Links page.
Kristi sent me some information about revised lyrics to Untitled No. 1.
MagieNoire sent me another piece of fan artwork.
West sent me a new Bowie poem, as did Rob.
Added a link on the television appearances page to Rob Hall's Letterman performance page.
Dave Priest sent me info on the UK Dead Man Walking single release, slated for April 14.
Dara's Chart Watch page updated with Dead Man Walking appearance.
Updated the Dead Man Walking page for the US promo single.