Googlers celebrate company's 10th birthday in Greece This Sunday, Google turns 10. Grigoris, a tipster in Greece, estimates that between 3,000 and 4,000 Googlers have descended on the island of Rhodes for some kind of gathering. Among the activities: an attempt to set a Guinness world record in syrtaki , a traditional Greek dance also known as the "Zorba." Hard to begrudge the Googlers an anniversary party. But we do wonder: Between setting up a fleet of hospitality RVs at Burning Man, catering to bloggers at the Democratic and Republican conventions, and now flying a quarter of the company to Greece, how is anyone at Google getting any work done? Another photo of the event:Googlers celebrate company's 10th birthday in Greece (Photos via neidoca and Adrian)