I think the best thing about about the year "2010" is that most people will call it Twenty-Ten.
Nice and simple. Only three syllables! [Not, God forbid, two thousand and ten. Ugh!]
This means a return to calling the first two digits of the year one number, and the last two digits another number. For example: 1948 is nineteen forty-eight.
I think that most of the years of this decade have been ponderous to pronounce, e.g., 2007 was two thousand and seven — and that's too many syllables. Twenty oh seven would have been just fine by me.
Hello Twenty Ten! Happy to see you!