Last September, I posted about RealtimeBoard an online whiteboard that seemed like a decent tool for real-time collaboration. It’s easy to use, and lets you upload images from your computer or by its url address.
At the time, though, it didn’t seem like you could make your boards public — only other members of the service could see them.
I’ve just discovered that this has been changed, and it’s easy to share your board with anyone now.
In addition, they’re planning on developing a special education account.
So, it’s definitly more than “decent,” and I’m now adding it to The Best Online Virtual “Corkboards” (or “Bulletin Boards”).