Digg Founder Kevin Rose Ditches Google+ And Becomes A Partner At Google Ventures

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After a short stint at on the Google+ team, Kevin Rose is moving departments and becoming a partner at Google Ventures, AllThingsD reports.Rose founded Digg and Milk; he has also made numerous angel investments including Foursquare and OMGPOP.

Rose joined Google in March after it acquired Milk for $15 million in cash and earnest as Google+’s senior product manager.

Google Ventures has funded a bunch of up and coming startups, from Nest to Airtime.

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