p2p browsers & creative self-publishing

Last weekend I spoke at Peer-to-Peer-Web Berlin, a small event held in the city's inner-west that invited first time users to come and learn about the p2p web.

I chose to talk about p2p web browsers, and how artists can use them to extend their own creative practices and solidify the DIY/independent frameworks they operate within.

I have included a recording of the talk below. If you'd like to access this talk via dat:// & Beaker Browser, visit dat://peer-to-peer-web.com/berlin/, and help seed the website.

Thank you to the Internet Archive, unMonastery, FOAM, and Trust for supporting the event.