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By Mehmet Safak Sari

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Mehmet Safak Sari
Mehmet Safak Sari
Hi everyone!
First of all, let me give you two news for myself. You can now access my website in English on msafaksari.com. As part of this, my newsletter is now in its own subdomain, bulletin.msafaksari.com 🎉
If you like this newsletter, you can share it with the new subdomain and make them subscribe.
That’s enough personal ads. Let’s see what’s going on in the field of new media these days.

Instagram - Twitter relations is going better
Why can’t I see previews of my Instagram photos on Twitter? This question has always confused me. I didn’t know that they were cold to each other from the past. As the relations between these two institutions improve, the work of the internet users becomes easier. Twitter several months ago added new features to share tweets directly tı IG Stories.
You can share tweets directly to Instagram Stories now – TechCrunch
After this, Instagram brought back support for Twitter previews. Good news!
Instagram brings back Twitter Card preview support for posts – TechCrunch
E-bulletins are growing
Newsletters have become one of the media’s biggest distribution tools. We are exposed to content from so many newsrooms in digital media that perhaps we are now looking for a kind of calm reading experience. And now, all these outlets bring about a serious evolution of the economic dimension. E-bulletins are getting massive, providing us with a new news consumption experience.
One of the indicators of this is the New York Times, whose e-bulletins are highly popular. NYT is making new arrangements in its newsletters, it will make some of its newsletters exclusive to subscribers.
Times Newsletters Director Announces Changes - The New York Times
There’s a big move on this in The Atlantic. They want to hire newsletter writers. The eyes on their subscribers.
New verification tool from Adobe
Adobe’s Content Authenticity Initiative is developing tools and standards that allow people to capture, store, and verify key details about a photo — its digital provenance. CAI is building a system to securely preserve provenance and attribution data for digital content to counter the rise of misinformation. Take a closer look at the technology behind our end-to-end system, which adds a layer of verifiable trust to the internet.
How it works — Content Authenticity Initiative
According to the news published in Nieman Lab, CAI standards widening across the internet. There are newspapers such as The Washington Post, platforms such as Twitter, companies such as Nikon, and institutions such as European Commission among the organizations that have been members of the system so far. This is a great improvement in the combat against misinformation.
That’s it for this issue. All my other contact information is on my website.
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See you soon! 👊
Safak.
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