Spanning the Web
Taking you around the internet for your afternoon enjoyment.
Are we being punk’d? MBTA General Manager Dan Grabauskas says that repairs being made to the D-Line will be complete by the start of service on Saturday, a full three days early. Prepare for the locusts—a public works project in Massachusetts actually finished ahead of schedule. These are the end of times! [WCVB]
Questions of faith: Former Boston Mayor and former Ambassador to the Vatican Ray Flynn claims that letters written by Mother Teresa in which she admitted she doubted her faith are “the work of the devil.” The Herald’s Margery Eagan points out the other saints who also doubted God from time to time. We’re still processing the mental image of Mother Teresa being possessed by Satan. [Herald]
Who’s the bloggiest of them all? Local bloggers debate on Universal Hub which blogger has been writing the longest. It seems Universal Hub’s founder is in the lead with a pre-blog from 1994. [Universal Hub]
Everybody just calm down: Listen, we love a Sox/Yanks matchup. But checking in with a scientist at MIT about a lunar eclipse and if it’s an omen for Red Sox victory is a little extreme, even for us. [Boston.com]