either way the argument doesn't make much sense to me... most of the big names have either been there since day (andy c, hype, dillinja, ss, randall etc) or they're producers first and stared DJing regularly when their productions got popular (twisted individual, generation dub etc)
besides which, there's plenty of dancing going on. go to fabric or any big dnb rave.. sweaty drugged up rave holes all of them. the problem isn't with people not dancing, and it's certainly not with people reading - that trainspotter vibe died years ago when jump up took over the raves again... I'm not sure I know anyone who became a DJ primarily because they read about it - sure, maybe to get girls, take drugs and travel... but because they read about it? there are seriously far more destructive elements in this scene than journalists. if anything it's a couple of select journalists and web forums that have helped kickstart a real scene for leftfield drum and bass, something that just saying "dance motherfuckers!" could never achieve anymore.