I ride the industry analysis firms and print publications pretty hard about the lack of playing time given to dynamic languages and simple technologies. It is perhaps more constructive to praise the ones that have shown an honest interest in these technologies. Here’s a partial list:
O’Reilly ONLamp is the only regular publication (online or off) that I am aware of that is dedicated to increasing awareness of LAMP and friends.
O’Reilly has also published consistently great books on dynamic languages, Apache, Linux, BSD, etc.
Dr. Dobb’s Journal sponsors the weekly Python URL, which is performed by actual real members of the Python community (Simon Brunning and Cameron Laird). I’m not sure but I don’t believe this makes it into their print publication.
IBM developerWorks has published a significant number of Perl, Python, and Ruby related material. Although, I personally dislike the tone of most of these articles as they sometimes suggest that these languages are just for kiddie stuff. David Mertz’s Charming Python column is really very good.
I’m sure there has to be more out there. What are they?
Also, in case you weren’t aware, computer books and print publications aren’t doing very well. Next time your at the bookstore or browsing around on Amazon, consider picking up that O’Reilly Python book you’ve been meaning to buy for a year now, or maybe one of the new books on Rails.