If you read the story, you'll come across this link: "LINUX is obsolete"  from Jan 29, 1992.
"While I could go into a long story here about the relative merits of the
two designs, suffice it to say that among the people who actually design
operating systems, the debate is essentially over. Microkernels have won.
This is a giant step back into the 1970s.
That is like taking an existing, working C program and rewriting it in
BASIC. To me, writing a monolithic system in 1991 is a truly poor idea."
It should be amusing to ask the OP what he thinks about his post, 19 years later. (Especially given the fact that all the major OS' are either monolithic [Linux, FBSD] or hybrid [NT, OSX]...)