This might be a bit late but a couple of graphioc designers I work with
use a forum on Flash at The forums themselves,
judging from the filenames, are done with PHP and are quite attractive
in terms of presentation and are clearly well used.

Hope this is of use,

Michael Egan

Chris Lott wrote:
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> It strikes me that my students really don't have a good grasp of what PHP
> is capable of doing, since they are getting bogged down in learning the
> minutiae of the language itself. So (quickly if possible-- I'd like to demo
> some sites tonight) what are some examples of "cool" and publically
> accessible sites that use PHP? I'm looking for sites that demonstrate what
> PHP can do, examples of "big name" sites using PHP, etc.
> I can explain how the back end technology is working if I have some good
> sites to use as a framework. I'd like to keep them excited about the
> potential, you know?
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