2005 IBM Online Shopping Powered by ColdFusion MX
Personal Pages for IBM Customers is IBM's online store for parts, accessories, and even entire systems. And the site is powered by ColdFusion MX.
2005 Detroit News Using ColdFusion MX
My local newspaper, The Detroit News, appears to be using ColdFusion MX. Most of the links on the site have .htm extensions, but click on any of the CyberSurveys, and .cfm it is.
2005 Another Ben Forta, Or An Imposter?
Someone just sent me a link to a thread on a site named Shiny Donkey. I have no idea what a Shiny Donkey is, or why they'd have a poll about facial hair, but apparently someone named "Ben Forta" with an e-mail address of firstname.lastname@example.org hangs out over there. And yes, I do have a beard, but nope, that is not me. So ...
2005 Logitech Powered by ColdFusion
This is not a new one, but I was on the Logitech site today and was reminded that it is powered by ColdFusion, and has been for many years now. This is a massive site, supporting lots of products, in numerous languages and locales. And it is lightning fast, too!