OK, I may have voted "online" but, frankly, what does that mean, exactly?
We used to schedule a draft at work during the lunch hour (well, "hour" was rather loosely defined). It was definitely "off-line" (although some of us had wireless, and one year the pool admin actually entered the names into OfficePools right as the draft was going on). But, nevertheless, that's an offline draft.
Last year here, we did a draft that was done by message board. It was excruciatingly slow, even though we tried everything in our powers to speed it along. Was that online? Of course. But is that what is meant in the poll?
A couple of years ago I joined yet another pool, where the drafting was done using Yahoo draft. We all gathered around our keyboards at a prescribed time and went through it. The tool allowed you to rank your players, queue up picks and so on. You could, literally, rank everyone and then it would do all the picks for you. It was horrible because, while it allowed me to rank players, it did not allow you to make any kinds of strategy picks as to when to pick which positions. If you were letting it pick for you, it would simply try to fill-in by position as it saw fit. My team was pretty horrible. I'd never want to do that again unless I could allocate the time; but I know I won't, not with 4 kids. However that draft was certainly online.
So, maybe the poll should be changed to real-time versus non-real-time, and in that case I would have to vote non-real-time. Just *not* the way we did it last year on the message boards.