I always look forward to the end of the year, when Time Magazine and other media outlets begin to reveal their Top Lists for the year. So when I saw Time Magazine’s Top 20 Websites of 2009 list, I was thrilled to see that they all share some common themes, one of which is organization (the other two are sharing and learning). Marketing Charts, which posted an article about the list, noted that the editors of Time, who picked the top sites, chose those that help reduce the day-to-day clutter in one’s personal or business life, or both. popurls, Flickr, Metafilter, OpenTable, and Kayak made the list for top sites that help organize and streamline activities, community events, and social networking news. As we look forward to 2010, what better time than now to take advantage of these top sites to move your business forward into the positive aspects of 2010? We’re leaving 2009 behind and starting fresh.