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This article was published on December 14, 2009

    What’s Your Single Of The Decade? Vote Now!

    What’s Your Single Of The Decade? Vote Now!
    Tim Difford
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    Tim Difford

    A leading innovator in the IT Outsourcing industry, Tim is often on the move but can be regularly found in Manchester and London, UK. His f A leading innovator in the IT Outsourcing industry, Tim is often on the move but can be regularly found in Manchester and London, UK. His focus is on social and mobile technologies but given half a chance he'll try to sneak music or football into his blog-posts. Tim can be found at One Greener Day and you can also follow @timdifford on Twitter.

    single of the decadeA new music based web-app has launched which allows you to nominate your very favourite single of the Noughties.

    The ‘Single Of The Decade’ site is a large-scale collaborative project from the Manchester UK based Cahoona team which lets visitors suggest their own tracks for inclusion or vote for tracks already included on the list.

    Music fans from around the world can come together to listen to their favourites via the Spotify or Last.fm links which feature throughout the site, whilst discussing their choices by adding to comments left by other visitors.

    As you’d expect, full social media connections are built in to the service, with visitors able to share their choices through Twitter, Facebook. Last.fm and more.

    The team behind the project reckon that all music fans love lists and will rush at the opportunity to help compile a selection of the closing decade’s greatest tunes.

    Cahoona co-founders Jon Grant and Ben Holden tip their hats to inspirational social music sites such as Hype Machine and Last.fm which they see as having transformed the way in which music is consumed over the last ten years.

    The ‘Single Of The Decade’ site is live now and the project can also be followed on Twitter.

    For what it’s worth, I voted for Daft Punk’s One More Time.