BostonGlobe.com Headlines - September 30, 2014 October 01, 2014 Here are highlights from today's Globe: Martha Coakley, Charlie Baker don’t connect with tech audience: The two major-party candidates for governor often spoke in generalities and left attendees in Cambridge craving substance. Callum Borchers reports. Overblown Facebook personas can leave friends deflated: Studies have suggested that looking at idealized versions of our friends’ lives leaves us feeling more unhappy with our own. Kathleen Burge details the latest. UMass will review use of drug informants: A Globe story Sunday detailed how campus police recruited a student who later died of a heroin overdose. Matt Rocheleau and Eric Bosco report. For Bulger, money buys silence: Even if Cathy Greig knew where the rest of Whitey’s dough was stashed, she wouldn’t give it up. After all, that’s her pension. Kevin Cullen details the story. Report offers ideas for a Boston beset by rising seas: A new report suggests that building canals through the city’s Back Bay would help it withstand rising water levels. Casey Ross reports. Judge delays decision on Partners accord: The Superior Court judge said she worried about the settlement’s impact on health care costs for Mass. residents. Priyanka Dayal McCluskey reports. For Tom Brady, the end game has become apparent: It’s time to start wondering if the clock is running out on Tom Brady’s Patriots tenure a lot more quickly than we thought. Ben Volin details the latest.