Twitter: There are tons of Twitter accounts sending out Black Friday deals in real time, but the easiest one to find and follow is @BlackFriday. Even if you don't use Twitter, you can still take advantage of this micro-blogger by bookmarking the account page. You won't get the real-time functionality without a Twitter account, so you'll have to refresh your browser every few minutes to see what's new.
BlackFriday.FM: This is an easy-to-use site that has great Black Friday information. Here you can sign up for email updates, check out the sales for your favorite stores, and keep up on the latest Black Friday news. The site even features two links at the top right to Black Friday favorites Wal-Mart and Best Buy.
tgiBlackFriday.com: The makers of the 2009 Black Friday iPhone App also have a companion Website. The column on the right of the site offers one-click filters to see what popular deals are available online, downloadable PDF scans of Black Friday ads, and a list of popular shopping categories like Computers and Office, Electronics and Toys and Games.
BlackFriday2009: Unlike many of its competitors, this site is much easier to navigate and to look at. Black Friday 2009 has the latest news about Black Friday right up front, as well as links to popular stores and a rotating selection of some of the site's favorite deals.