Some advice for Boston Globe’s new owner

globeFormer Globe reporter Carey Goldberg urges the paper’s new owner, John Henry, to have his staff cover the “new” Boston: “I’m not saying that the Globe should stop covering politics and crime and religion. I’m just telling you, Mr. Henry, that as your potential reader, what I most hunger for is more information — explained at a level palatable to the general public — about the knowledge economy that is the shape of our future. I’d bet a lot of money — and hope you will, too — that if you cover it, the advertisers will come.”

* Memo to John Henry: Push the Globe to cover the “new” Boston (