This week on "Sunday Morning" (April 1)

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Artisans at work, at the stained glass company Judson Studios in Pasadena, Calif.

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Last Updated Apr 1, 2018 10:52 AM EDT

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COVER STORY:
Overload: How technology is bringing us too much information | Watch Video
The internet, and the ever-present smartphones from which we cannot detach ourselves, are changing the ways we relate to technology -- and, at the same time, changing the way we use our brains.

Senior Contributor Ted Koppel talks with technology critic Nicholas Carr, software developer Justin Rosenstein, "media psychologist" Byron Reeves, and Sen. Mark Warner about how the internet has become weaponized, and how it is our attention spans that are being targeted. 

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ALMANAC:
April Fool's Day | Watch Video
"Sunday Morning" looks at why April 1st is a day for hoaxes and pranks. Jane Pauley reports.

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Glassworks from stained glass artisans at Judson Studios in Pasadena, Calif. CBS News

ART: Breaking the boundaries of stained glass | Watch Video
Judson Studios, which has been creating remarkable stained glass windows for 120 years, keeps coming up with something new, their cutting-edge techniques attracting designers for all sorts of projects. Stained glass isn't just for churches anymore. Anna Werner reports. 

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Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, winners of the Academy Award for Best Original Song (for "Remember Me," from the animated film "Coco"), pose in the press room at the Oscars on March 4, 2018, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. Jordan Strauss/AP Photo

ON BROADWAY: "Frozen" songwriters Bobby and Kristen Lopez: Collaborators for life | Watch Video
The husband-and-wife songwriting team Kristen Anderson-Lopez & Robert Lopez are among the most celebrated in film and musical theater. He's won Tonys for "Avenue Q" and "The Book of Mormon"; she was nominated for Drama Desk Awards for "In Transit." Together they've received Oscars for Disney's "Frozen" and the Pixar film "Coco." Mo Rocca reports as Anderson-Lopez & Lopez now bring "Frozen" to the Broadway stage.

WEB EXTRA VIDEO: The origin story behind "Let It Go"
"Frozen" songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez take correspondent Mo Rocca to Brooklyn's Prospect Park, and introduce him to the picnic table that holds a special place in the birth of the Oscar-winning song, "Let It Go."

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This 1961 file photo shows Adolf Eichmann standing in his glass cage, flanked by guards, in the Jerusalem courtroom during his trial for war crimes committed during World War II. AP Photo

HISTORY: The man in the glass booth | Watch Video
"Operation Finale: The Capture & Trial of Adolf Eichmann" is a travelling exhibition that tells the story of the pursuit of the Nazi war criminal who made his way to Argentina after World War II. At his trial, Eichmann insisted that he was "just following orders" when he arranged for millions of European Jews to be transported to death camps.

Jim Axelrod examines the actual glass booth that Eichmann sat in during his trial in Israel, and spoke with former Mossad agent Avner Abraham, who curated the exhibit, now at the Florida Holocaust Museum in St. Petersburg.

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MOVIES:
How "Ready Player One" author Ernie Cline finally won | Watch Video
Brook Silva-Braga profiles author Ernest Cline, whose meta-pop culture adventure story "Ready Player One" is now a blockbuster film directed by Steven Spielberg.

READY PLAYER ONE - Dreamer Trailer [HD] by Warner Bros. Pictures on YouTube

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HARTMAN:
Playing basketball, and not playing victim (Video)
Fourteen-year-old Jamarion Styles, of Boca Raton, Florida, lost his hands, and most of his arms, as an infant due to a rare bacterial infection. But that didn't stop him from dreaming of playing on his middle school basketball team. Since Steve Hartman first reported his story in April 2017, Jamarion has gone on to play freshman basketball, and he has every intention of making varsity one day.

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Correspondent Anthony Mason with actor-director John Krasinski (left) and actress Emily Blunt. CBS News

MOVIES: John Krasinski & Emily Blunt find "A Quiet Place" together | Watch Video
Actor John Krasinski, who made his name making us laugh in "The Office," has just directed his first horror film, "A Quiet Place." The scary part: it costars his wife, actress Emily Blunt. "Honestly, we had so many people telling us, 'You're gonna be divorced by the end,'" she told Anthony Mason.

A Quiet Place (2018) - Official Teaser Trailer - Paramount Pictures by Paramount Pictures on YouTube

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MILEPOST: A new organ
       

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Entertainer and activist Harry Belafonte is interviewed by Marc Morial, president of the National Urban League, about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a half-century after the civil right leader's death. Kenton Young/CBS News

REMEMBERING 1968: The Martin Luther King Jr. we knew | Watch Video
Marc Morial, president of the National Urban League, reports on the symbolism The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. had for the civil rights movement, the personal connection he had for his parents, and how the nation is still coming to terms with Dr. King's assassination on April 4, 1968.

Morial also talks with singer and activist Harry Belafonte about his reminiscences of the civil rights icon.

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CALENDAR:
Week of April 2 | Watch Video
From the 50th anniversary of a science fiction landmark, to National Alcohol Screening Day, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.

       
NATURE:
 Bunnies! (Video)
We leave you this Sunday Morning on Easter Bunny watch at Pymatuning State Park in eastern Ohio. Videographer: Carl Mrozek.

      

WEB EXCLUSIVES:

   
NATURE UP CLOSE:
A brush country wildlife oasis
Santa Clara Ranch is a paradise for bird watchers and photographers, and more importantly is protected habitat for wildlife seeking refuge or rest.  

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Keir Dullea in "2001: A Space Odyssey." Warner Brothers

MOVIES: "2001: A Space Odyssey" turns 50 (Video)
On April 2, 1968, Stanley Kubrick's masterful science fiction film "2001: A Space Odyssey" had its world premiere in Washington, D.C. The movie, whose audacious narrative and stunning imagery continues to influence filmmakers, will be re-released in theatres in May. CBSNews.com's David Morgan reports.

                            


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