I haven't come across anything as of late either. It used to be 1 gram of protein per pound of bodyweight. Then I heard 1 gram per kilogram of bodyweight. Then I heard 1 gram per pound of lean mass. I haven't really bothered to keep track of how much protein I've been putting in for years and have still been good with the gains. I usually do a whey protein shake right after a workout, mostly because it's convenient, and I usually don't feel like eating for a while after I'm done. I also put a scoop of casein protein in my morning smoothie because it seems to keep me full for most of the morning. So while I don't track protein intake, I guess I know that with the protein powder and the meat I get from my meals that I'm probably getting enough.
As an aside, I enjoy reading some of the uncensored interviews with professional bodybuilders because I'm amazed at the abuse they put themselves through. Greg Kovacs, who at one time was billed as the world's largest bodybuilder, tipping the scale at 400 pounds, once said he would put down 1000 grams of protein per day. As another aside, in an interview with another bodybuilder, he claimed Kovacs was so big he couldn't wipe his own butt and had to get his girlfriend to do it.