And what happened to her was tragic, to be sure. But the Today show spent all of their first half hour on her. Live remotes from LA at 5 in the morning Pacific Time. Speculation on the cause of death. How it will cast a pall over the Grammies. Really!? What about Iran going nuclear? Or the Saudis saying they will if Iran does. They spent most of the second half hour on it too. I think everyone in front of a camera is so self absorbed that they assume we all care terribly about what happens to everyone else in front of a camera.