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Sources of free icons to represent interpersonal information processes

Dominique Lamy of Branchez-Vous! Techno recently presented sources of free icons. Among the eight sites, three offered icons useable to produce pictures of interpersonal information processes (PIP).

Iconshock offers nearly a million icons, a number steadily rising. Only a few collections, however, are offered free without conditions. A small number of icons that must be found can be used to describe the processes themselves. Many others to describe the processes’ actors.

Iconza provides free a small number of 112 relatively simple icons whose colors can be customized before uploading.

Iconpot is a directory of free icons collections.

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