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DesignGeek #76

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June 11, 2009 - 2:00am

Interview with Adobe's Mike Ninness

I was catching up with one of my favorite tech podcasts, Techbyter Worldwide, a few weeks ago, when whose mellifluous voice do I hear coming out of my speakers but Michael Ninness’s, talking about how great InDesign and InCopy CS4 work together.

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Pick-and-Place XML for Catalog Production

A few months ago my friends at Coe-Truman Technologies (a bunch of database/XML publishing brainiacs) in Chicago invited me over to take a peek at a new InDesign plug-in they were about to offer to their customers. My jaw dropped, it was one of the coolest things ever … and this from a company who is not really that into InDesign! They come at it from the other end. Coe-Truman helps clients's marketing departments create, manage, and publish their databases to the web and to print, instead of fighting with IT over it. That web-based software is called Catapult Manage:more >

My Secret Search Shortcuts for the New Adobe Forums

Adobe totally re-jiggered their User-to-User forums a few weeks ago, the public bulletin boards where thousands of end users help each other out with questions about Adobe programs.

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