I haven't investigated it yet, but you can try 'Google Documents'. The link is below. If what I think it does is true, then you can post a draft chart online (Word or Excel) that everyone can log in to/access and see in "real time" as draft selections are made.https://www.google.com/accounts/Service ... e&rm=false
Otherwise, I use a work office conference room for the draft and utilize a work-related web sharing application. Our auctions run very smoothly and 5 of our 10 managers are out of town. When a selection is thrown on the table, everyone states their bids. We keep it timed to a minute or so. When we get down to a few seconds, we have an assigned facilitator yell out, "Going once, going twice, sold!" Whoever had the highest bid wins the player.
If there is a tie on a bid with someone on the phone with someone in the conference room, we give the benefit of the doubt to the guy calling in because there could be a slight delay in audio transmission.