That's a tad presumptive, you don't know what I consider sharp or not.
Aliasing does not exclude sharpness, it is just not a sharp image of the original, it is something else (some call it false detail). Add noise, for example, and it will get even sharper (it will increase the high frequency component).
I never argued about what you, or somebody else, should like. I just call it what it is. Liking aliased images is perfectly legal in this country.
I didn't say I liked aliases images, I said I couldn't see aliasing in the image. Obviously to you it sticks out, to me it does not. Since you're saying the image "fails", what is it it fails at? You're saying it couldn't be printed larger than 4x6 or something? Or even postage stamp size?
On a side note, you're probably not the one to ask (since you seem to think most people other than you are complete idiots...again something you share with your counterpart)...Anyhoo...in images that don't have enough pixel resolution, but still have "detail" (as in those I've done with the Foveon Generation "1" DP2 camera I used to own)...what is the correct technique for removing the "pixel blocking" that is still apparent after I scale up the image (either in PS or Perfect Resize 7)?
You will probably say there is no way, but it seems like there ought to be.