James Murty

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 67% (2 of 3)
Location: Sydney, Australia
In My Own Words:
James Murty is a software developer with extensive experience creating web-based applications and architectures. With a working background spanning a research institute, a small software house and various corporations, he has a broad perspective on both the potential and the pitfalls in building networked applications.

He has written a book about Amazon's cloud computing services for O'Reilly -- … Read more
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 747,326 - Total Helpful Votes: 2 of 3
Babymoov Frog Bath Mat by BABYMOOV
We have been using this anti-slip bath mat every night for about a year and it continues to perform well with minimal care or attention.

We remove the mat each night (when we remember) and hang it over the side of the bath to air out and prevent mildew from taking root. This strategy, with occasional outdoor airing, has been enough kept the mat in great order. It still sticks easily to the bath floor and doesn't slide around once attached.

The temperature guide still works, not that we ever paid much attention to it since judge the temperature ourselves, but it serves as a good warning if I have the taps badly adjusted mid-pour.
PINTOY - Workbench by Pintoy
PINTOY - Workbench by Pintoy
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
My toddler has had many, many hours of fun with this sturdy construction set.

He has had it for over nine months and as he approaches his second birthday the kind of play changes, in line with his increasing skill and strength, but it has been a favourite the whole time and gets many hours of play time every week. He even uses the wooden tools to help me "fix" various things around the house when they need attention.

A slight knock against the kit is that it's hard to build anything in particular with the included pieces other than a basic four-legged "table". Mostly it's a matter of assembling random shapes and combinations. That hasn't bothered the… Read more
Ambi Toys Lock-a-Block by Galt America
Ambi Toys Lock-a-Block by Galt America
My boy, almost 2, enjoys this simple toy very much.

He is still too young to work the key and lock properly, though he tries to, so he will grow into the toy even more. From the high build quality of this toy I expect it will last an age, so he will have plenty of time to master it.

In the meantime he will often spend 10 to 15 minutes happily (and quietly) inserting blocks into the correct holes, and experimenting with other blocks and toys to see what will or won't fit.