Friday Download: John Perry Barlow

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) co-founder brings the Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace as a BitTorrent Bundle.

In this edition of Friday Download: a legendary proponent of open expression weighs in. John Perry Barlow’s words are cemented in American culture. His essays on Internet freedom have become required reading for law students around the globe. He was a frequent collaborator and lyricist for the Grateful Dead, coining iconic tracks like “Hell in a Bucket” and “Mexicali Blues”. Today, Barlow has released his prolific 1996 Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace as a unique digital vinyl collection via BitTorrent Bundle.

Download the John Perry Barlow BitTorrent Bundle, and unlock three tracks of the Declaration, two with musical accompaniment by Dražen Bošnjak (ft) John Perry Barlow and a video of the recording at Q Department Studios. Head to Barlow’s Department of Records website to pick up the limited edition vinyl.

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