I joined in AKMA’s "free culture readathon":
The license pretty clearly indicates that, so long as we’re not making a commercial venture of it, we can make a recording of (“perform”) the text. There are a Preface, Introduction, fifteen chapters, a conclusion and an afterword.
I recorded the Preface of Free Culture which has me referring to Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace as 'my first book', which is a kind of lèse majesté, or Lessig majesté.
I used the Audacity Open Source Audio editor for this, which works very nicely, and reminds me of SoundEdit from long ago.
Here's a QuickTime version for people on slow modems.
[updated 2014 to fix dead links thanks to Apple being crap] Here's the previously unpublished dance remix I made then: