Classics major Brendan Boston ('11) spent eight weeks this summer creating an innovative web-based commentary on selections from the Gallic War of Julius Caesar. Chosen to match the newly announced revision of the Advanced Placement syllabus that will be used for the first time in 2012, the selections were equipped with annotation based on public domain Caesar school commentaries from Google books. Brendan then added links to historical maps and Google Earth satellite images, vocabulary lists, and other digital enhancements. Prof. Francese edited the whole and added audio files. The site will be available as a free textbook for the approximately 8,000 students per year who will take the AP Latin course nationwide. The Summer Research Internship was funded by the Roberts Fund for Classical Studies, a gift from the family of classics major Christopher Roberts ('74).