The swarm doesn't support the backend of a website (this part I think we're working on with minimongo), and the block chain can't store confidential information... unless it's encrypted. Okay, so, is this really going to be a storage solution?
And is it really incentivized for business owners, trying to create Dapps? It sounds like anyone can just clone an app on the swarm and publish it themselves, leading to copyright infringement (similar to music file-sharing). Sure the incentive is there for peer to peer mining, but what about the business owners incentive to use swarm?
I want a website that'll work in normal browsers (chrome/firefox) without extensions. Does ethereum, as a technology, really have the capacity to be a storage solution for a website that needs a user database, with private credentials?