A while back I read some very interesting, detailed information online about a couple of new features in InDesign CS2; specifically about its enhanced XML workflow for text styles and tables. I'm not an XML pro (yet!) but a number of my publishing clients are really putting it through its paces, so it caught my eye.
The author, who posted this in a private forum, said the information would be included in an upcoming Adobe white paper focused on using XML with InDesign CS2. Most of Adobe's end-user information (white papers and tutorials) on InDesign and XML appears in their Cross Media Resources page, which is where I assume it'll pop up (it hasn't yet, I've been checking):
Late last year I completed a print project for a client — a direct mail brochure — using most of the Creative Suite applications. In our studio, it was CS's "maiden voyage" with a high-end project from start to finish.
I wrote an article about the project — what new features came in handy, what mistakes I made — and titled it "Adobe CS in the Real World" (Original title: "I Am Joe's Brochure With Transparency."… if you've never read a Reader's Digest, you're probably going "huh?" … never mind.)