Kevin Rose was born on Robert Kevin Rose, February 21, 1977, is an American Internet enterpriser who 1st became an on-air talent and later on as a co-host working on TechTV’s show The Screen Savers w/c later on became Attack of the Show! on G4 until his departure from the network on May 22, 2005.
Kevin Rose Bio
Rose is known for his Internet start-ups. He is the co-founder of Revision3, Pownce, WeFollow and the social news website Digg. Rose was born in Redding, California and lived in Oregon for a brief period before his family moved to Las Vegas, Nevada. Most of his childhood was drawn in Las Vegas. As a child, he was a member of the Boy Scouts of America and turned an Eagle Scout. His 1st experience with computers began at eight when his father purchased a Gateway 80386 SX 16. Rose soon got in to the world of BBS in the late 1980s. Eventually he was running a two-node Wildcat! BBS and PCBoard with a CD-ROM full of shareware for people to access. In October 2005, Digg.com received $2.8 million in venture capital from major investors, including Omidyar Network, the outfit led by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar, Netscape co-founder Marc Andreessen, & Greylock partners. In September 2008, the company received a further $28.7 million round of funding led by Highland Capital Partners. On September 1, 2010, Rose foretold that he would be stepping down from the interim CEO position at Digg in favour of Matt Williams, former general manager of consumer payments at Amazon, which he joined after the company bought LiveBid, where he attended as CEO.
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