Phonemarks is a web application for storing and displaying bookmarks in a fancy interface similar to the iPhone’s home screen. It also gives you an advanced search box–not simply Google, but IMDB, Wikipedia, and several others.
You can see a read-only demo of the application and its administrative interface at http://m.netninja.com/iphone/demo/. The admin password is “secret” but keep in mind that this is a read-only demo that will not actually let you modify data.
First, download http://netninja.com/files/phonemarks/phonemarks-1.0.tgz. Extract the files and upload them to your webserver. Depending on your web server’s setup (specifically, if your web server runs with different permissions than your shell/ftp account), you may need to alter the permissions on links.txt. Most FTP programs have a way to do this. From a Unix shell, you can do this with the command “chmod 777 links.txt”.
You can add your own icon images by putting 64×64 image files in the “images” folder. The web application will automatically pick them up. I prefer transparent PNG files, but you are free to use anything.