CBS Sunday Morning for March 1, 2015
Headlines. People take to the streets in Moscow over murder. Venezuela detains American tourists. Rand Paul wins CPAC straw poll with 26%. Roof collapse in Canton, MASS.
Fuller's passion for solitude of the winter caretaker of Yellowstone. "Have you seen the Shining?" Fuller does not have a television. What do you think the value of solitude is? Steve Fuller has worked since the winter of 1973. Pay was 13.75 per day. A job that would suit a hermit. Shutdown starts first Monday in November. Animals re-take the territory. Flash freezing. Opening is around end of March. Great primate migration. Being a winterkeeper is a way of life.
Almanac. March 1, 1809. Robert Cornelius born in Philadelphia. Photographic self-portrait. Now, the selfie. The selfie-stick. Behold: all is vanity.
Pulse 69% have visited a National Park.
Blackstone on deYoung Museum. Henry Evans worked on touring by robot. MBA from Stanford, now confined because of stroke. If you want something, you look for options. Robots have opened the world for Evans. TedMidlantic.
A remarkable testament to Jane. Manipulates a drone. Rebecca Bradley is deYoung director of accessibility. Overall it is remarkable.
Wife of Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Anne Sinclair, interviewed by Erin Moriarity. "The Barbara Walters of France." Sinclair put up 6 million to bail out her husband. Couple divorced in 2013. Her father was Paul Rosenberg, exclusive dealer for art of Pablo Picasso. Rosenberg left France in 1940. Moriarity/Sinclair visit Frick Museum. Sinclair turned down a chance to be painted Picasso. In 1937, Hitler denounced modern art. Nazi's used Rosenberg's house for anti-Jewish propaganda. Sinclair was born in US. New York was for me an enchanted city. Moriarity asks Sinclair: if in France, how would you have covered this story. Anne Sinclair now runs the French edition of the Huffington Post.
In a nutshell. FCC vote 3-2 to uphold net neutrality. Internet is a public utility: no fast lane for anybody.
Seth Doane on Dave Spector in Japan. Came to Japan in 1984. "Foreign talent" on tv. Foreigners who could speak Japanese. TBS Sunday Japan. Fast paced. Screen is cluttered. Hamster on crystal meth. Like a whale consuming plankton. YOu can never have too many ties. The business of "Brand Spector".
Steve Hartman on fans in Gainesville, Texas: juvenile detention facility. At away games, no rooting section. But one school set up situation wherein Half the crowd to cheer for Gainesville. Recycled from CBS Evening News.
Tracy Smith on Kelly Clarkson, now 32.
Death of Leonard Nimoy. Live Long and Prosper.
Week ahead. Monday is 50th anniversary of Sound of Music. Tuesday: Israeli PM delivers address. Wed. Read aloud day. Thurs. Forbes best company. Fri. Paley-fest. Sat. national cereal day.
Jane Pauley on Curious Incident of the dog in the night-time. (Chrisotopher Boone played by Alex Sharp) Novel by Mark Haddon. Hill Top School in Philadelphia. 1 out 68 children on autism spectrum; boys 1 out of 42. Aversion to human touch.
Face the Nation has John Boehner. Next on Sunday Morning. Obama. History via HipHop.
Moment of nature. Spiriva. Winter stillness of Yellowstone National Park.