Google's onto its new thing, Google Health, and CEO Eric Schmidt is off on the road to promote the product. Stiffly. Too bad he's above taking lessons from the recent past. Back in the 1990s, Silicon Graphics and Netscape founder Jim Clark planned to put his third company, Healtheon, at the center of the health care industry. Didn't happen. But if investors ever believed it would, it's because Healtheon CEO Mike Long sold them during talks across the globe. In the book The New New Thing, author Michael Lewis called it Long's "road show." If anything will doom Google Health, it's that Schmidt lacks Long's flare for salesmanship. Here's a clip from his stop at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society Annual Conference in Orlando.