Parents' Guide to


By Polly Conway, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Tidy virtual space for storing and sharing tidbits of info.

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CorkboardMe isn't revolutionary, but it's a neat way to organize information and bring the sticky note into the 21st century. It was created for anyone to use, from businesses wanting to create a virtual conference room to single users just hoping to remember the milk. The site is pretty minimalist, but the graphics are crisp and the ability to add images or embed a site URL into a sticky note is a neat feature.

Unfortunately, the image and embedding features are only available with a paid account, making the free version limited to text. There's not a lot of guidance for use either (no text labels on various buttons), leaving it up to the user to figure out. Without a real help section to advise, some kids may have a hard time getting the hang of the features of CorkboardMe.

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