There have been a bunch of new icons sets and icon collection websites released this month and here are some new sets and resources for you:
IconPot showcases free icon sets for web designers that are not only free for personal and commercial use, but do not require attribution (credit). We featured this site a couple weeks ago and there have been more free icon sets added since then.
This is a newly opened icon site. Usually on a project, you only use a handful of icons—not an entire set. At IconDock, you can either purchase the whole set or just the icons you want from icon sets, which is great for web designers.
Besides their paid icon sets, IconDock also has a post featuring a huge collection of free icons and free icon collections (which we’re happy to have been featured in).
David of SEM Labs let me know about 2 free icon sets he just released on his site.
Several 48 x 48 icons especially suitable for weblogs.
A set of 133 16 x16 pixel icons that are useful for just about any project.
OpenX is an open source ad management system that comes in hosted or self-hosted versions (similar to WordPress). The self-hosted version of OpenX allows you to change the icons in the administration backend (which look pretty nasty if you ask me).
For even more free icon sets that we’ve featured here at the Blog, take a look at some our posts in the Icons tag.