The event hosted by QUT Law School and the Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation was a great success. Organised by Professor Mark Perry (UWO, on sabattical at QUT), and Nic Suzor (QUT), the event saw Mia Garlick from [Creative Commons](http://creativecommons.org) joining Professor Brian Fitzgerald from Creative Commons Australia and [Richard Neville](http://richardneville.com), [Toby Miller](http://www.facultydirectory.ucr.edu/cgi-bin/pub/public_individual.pl?faculty=2302), and [Dean Whitbread](http://www.funk.co.uk) to discuss the direction of intellectual property in the 21st century. Other QUT researchers present included [Axel Bruns](http://snrub.info), Dilan Thampapillai, and Anne Matthew.
Everyone met in [Second Life](http://secondlife.com), a fantastic Virtual World created by Linden Labs.
![Image of the stage](/images/2006-worldipday-sl-seminar.jpg)
You can find the recording [here](/materials/2006-WorldIPDay-QUT-CCI-IPKCE-SecondLife.mp3) (~28MB mp3).
Here are some of the links referenced in the discussion:
* Dean Whitbread has some [further information](http://funk.co.uk/QUT/).
* Axel Bruns has blogged his discussion at [Snurblog](http://snurb.info/index.php?q=node/470).