Nice! That will prove extremely useful!
I've been binding my own books/printouts since I moved to Australia. If I were in Korea, I'd just have it done there as it's very cheap to do. Here? I don't even want to ask.
Anyways, for anyone that's interested, here's a very quick "how to".
* Print out the book.
* Align pages.
* About 2 cm from "spine", put 2 paint sticks, 1 on each side
* Clamp the spine using the paint sticks and some kind of a clamp, like a vice or whatever works
* Sand the spine down. Use a fairly fine sandpaper, e.g. 240 or so.
* Spread & massage glue (binders glue or PVC) down the spine. Work it into the pages a bit.
* Let dry
You can search for better and more complete directions.
It's actually pretty fun to do. Massaging the glue in takes the most time.
I just did one last night.
It's also very handy to know if you order books in PDF format. WROX and some other publishers do that now. (They're double the price here in Australia, and triple often, so buying the PDF from the publisher is much cheaper.) Waiting for shipping is, well... annoying. So a PDF version gives you instant gratification, while binding yourself saves you time and money.