22.3. Blogs and Online Magazines
I can only assume that the blogging trend is still on the increase. I don't foresee blogging becoming ridiculously passe within the life span of this book.
There are many Ruby-related blogs. Search engines will find them all. Here are a few blogs by core Rubyists:
A few centralized sites link to or aggregate the content from the individual Ruby blogs. These are new enough that I won't link to them herethe list will be different by the time you read this.
At least two online journals or zines are devoted to Ruby. The oldest, The Rubyist (http://jp.rubyist.net), is a wiki-based publication in Japanese. It provides good incentive to learn Japanese.
Artima (artima.com) hosts Ruby Code & Style (http://www.artima.com/rubycs), a well-done zine that shows great promise. There is talk about new online magazines, but anything printed here would quickly become out of date.