Christopher John Molitor




Clayton Parker — YouTuber

I absolutely love RIVYT. As a youtuber I was struggling to build a website that really helped promote my videos/brand etc. I was so happy when I found these guys.

Jon Prosser — Founder, Front Page Tech

RIVYT’s the ONLY website service I’ve seen that is actually cratered to people like us. RIVYT builds your site, automatically, in SECONDS – based around YOUR CONTENT.

Richard Mulholland — Global Speaker

Every part of the RIVYT process has been outstanding. It’s a masterclass in how things should be done online, even the timing of getting me to go pro. Genius.

Tiffany Brown — Photographer

I really wanted a non-Flash site that would do full screen and scaling images for my portfolio. There were moments I wasn’t sure it was going to work, but Chris made it happen.

Shawn Johnston — Founder, Forge and Smith

Chris is the most talented developer I’ve ever encountered. His themes are beautiful and elegantly constructed. He’s a natural problem solver. I’d recommend him to anyone.

Justin Handler — Head of Accounts, O3World

Chris is a fabulous developer. I’ve never seen a cleaner WordPress Theme than the one’s that Chris puts out. He’s efficient, detail oriented, and always on time.

Donald Trump — President

THE MOLITOR is number one! I was going to have him build my wall, but learned he wasn't that type of developer.
Oh well, I guess I'll keep looking...

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I Made a Shakuhachi Flute out of a PVC Pipe

I love the sound of the traditional Japanese flute, the Shakuhachi. Not only does it sound cool, but it actually has a pretty interesting history. In ancient Japan, a law was passed that prevented Samurai warriors from carrying their swords. In order to protect themselves, they carried around the Shakuhachi flute, which was made out of a 21 inch piece of bamboo root (very strong).

After discovering that a good quality Shakuhachi flute runs around $700, I needed to find another way of acquiring one. I found these directions for making one out of PVC piping. Thinking this would be a fun little project, I decided to go for it.

I bought a 10 foot long PVC pipe and cut it into 5 pieces (leaving 4 usable to make the flute). I then followed the directions, which were more complicated then they initially seemed. It turned out pretty nice. I decided to skip the mouth piece instructions since it didn’t look cool. I prefer the look of one solid piece. Here’s the finished product…