I posted about Corkboard Me in January. It’s very similar to Wallwisher, but even simpler to use — and with fewer features (you can’t embed videos, nor password protect your content). You can, however, easily post images by just pasting its url on one of the virtual post-it notes.
Today, Corkboard Me just announced some additional features, including real-time collaboration and a chat room for the people collaborating.
I’ve certainly noticed a lot of quirkiness lately with Wallwisher, and I know quite a few others have experienced the same problem. So, I’m going to start having my classes use Corkboard Me. They’ll give it try tomorrow, and I think they’ll be happier with it.
In addition, with these new collaborative features, I’m going to add Corkboard Me to The Best Online Tools For Real-Time Collaboration.