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Add Clippy.js To Your Website For Instant MSWord Nostalgia

If you grew up in the same generation as I did then you probably went through high school and college using MSWord to do most of your homework, specifically if it’s the version that had the animated paperclip named Clippy, the iconic Office Assistant. Like renowned Linux creator Linus Torvalds, I too never understood the hatred it drew from users. I mean, yes, I admit being annoyed by it as it keeps popping out at the bottom of the screen as I work but it was nothing that a simple click on the “Don’t show me this tip again” couldn’t fix.

Anyway, if, like Torvalds, you’re also starting to miss the little Office supply item then you might be interested to find out that there’s a JavaScript version of Clippy that you can embed into any website.

Clippy.js is a weekend project created by the guys over at Smore, which allows you to not only incorporate the animated little paperclip himself but also his friends like Rover the dog, Merlin, and Links the cat.

Visit the link above to find more info on Clippy.js, or you can download it over at GitHub.

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1 Comment

  1. Delmar

    07.21.2013

    Extremely instructive….looking forth to coming back again.