In case you missed it over the weekend…

Kyle Walker shows areas outside his home in Southeast Austin where he says contractors for Google Fiber did damage to his property. Credit: Deborah Cannon / AMERICAN-STATESMAN

Claudia Grisales takes a look at the frustrations and even tears caused by Google Fiber’s protracted (and ongoing) rollout in Austin. We knew it would take a while for Google Fiber to get set up for Austinites, but residents say they weren’t expecting problems that the physical construction of the network is causing.On the podcast I co-host, “Statesman Shots,” we discussed with Statesman transportation reporter Ben Wear the current state of ride-hailing companies Uber and Lyft vs. the Austin City Council and the May 7 election over fingerprinting and fees. As a tech reporter, it’s sometimes difficult to reconcile the technology implications of Uber and Lyft vs. their civic and public behavior, so you may hear me struggling with that a little in the discussion. Give it a listen and tell us what you think.Over on the Austin Music Source blog, Deborah Sengupta Stith takes a look at what we can learn about parties and installations to expect this year from the list of those approved for SXSW. Deborah will be a guest on the next episode of “Shots” discussing SXSW Music, permitting and the many Twitter problems of Kanye West. Look for that episode on Thursday on the “Statesman Shots” blog.Statesman tech reporter Lilly Rockwell gives us a status update on Dell’s gigantic acquisition of data storage company EMC Inc. Despite some speculation, Dell says things are still on track.Check back in later this morning on the Digital Savant blog for a story about big changes at this year’s South by Southwest Gaming Expo. Should fans of the fest be worried?