Ingrid Van Den Hoogen has written (in January 2004) about them in Deutsch's Fallacies, 10 Years After and various others have commented about how universally they apply.
And now (May 2006) architect Arnon Rotem-Gal-Oz has expanded upon all of these fallacies in his weblog, and you can get it a single PDF document -- but I found that the embedded URLs in this PDF are not live, so for your convenience here are links to his individual articles (which of course have live URLs). These are at DDJ, and free registration may be required:
1. The network is reliable
2. Latency is Zero
3. Bandwidth is infinite
4. The network is secure
5. Topology doesn't change
Some good reading there, kept up to date with mentions of web services, etc. On a completely different issue, Arnon has also asked Should Architects Code? with follow-ups Should Architects Code: Round 2 and Should Architects Code: Round 3 -- plus The 7 Deadly Sins of Design
Finally, Mark Baker makes a few points in Web Services and the Eight Fallacies ... About "the nature of distributed computing on the Internet and how it is inherrently (sic) different than elsewhere" and that "HTTP defines the single most general coordination language ever developed". Read this article and see if you agree with his conclusions.