I can't count the number of e-mails I get asking about how to create a "blank Bible." For those of you not yet obsessed with the idea, here's the concept: starting with a printed Bible, you disassemble the pages and interleave blank paper in between for note-taking. This provides far more writing space than even the most generous wide margin edition, and gives you some control over paper quality, too. The downside? You increase the bulk factor considerably (which is why do-it-yourself projects typically end up as multi-volume sets).
Dan Julian documents the entire process for those of you looking to take the plunge. Thanks to a willing assistant at the local Staples, he makes the whole thing look terribly easy.