The wizards behind Google's doodles

Google doodler Kris Hom describes her job as trying to "make everyone happy for 10 seconds, everyone on Earth."

CBS News' Rebecca Jarvis reports on the group of 13 artists and engineers who create more than 300 Google doodles a year that live for 24 hours on Google home pages across the world.

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