Pragmatist Sociology is intended to be a dyanmic website for scholars interested in sharing and discussing pragmatist content because that is currently lacking among other pragmatist websites. Thus, it serves to compliment many other good pragmatist resources on the web. Below is a list of other useful resources along with short descriptions of their contents.
Wikipedia's pragmatism article provides an excellent description of pragmatism's origins; a terse summary of its tenets and facets; pragmatism's influence within different areas of philosophy; distinctions between analytical pragmatism, neoclassical pragmatism, neopragmatism; pragmatism's legacy and contemporary relevance; its criticisms; as well as a list of pragmatists.
As with most SEP entries, the pragmatism entry is excellent. It covers the pragmatist maxim; pragmatist theories of truth (e.g. Peirce's and James' views); various facets of pragmatism including skepticism, fallibilism, inquiry, experience, and representations; and it provides a useful list of pragmatists as well as a bibliography.
This is a ~41 minute fluid discussion between Melvyn Bragg and various philosophers.
In this ~10 minute Youtube video about Hilary Putnam's and Richard Rorty's views about pragmatism
This excellent resource is centered on Charles Peirce's life, work, and significance in contemporary academia.
This resource is devoted to Peirce's work, including links to some of his works as well as biographical information.
This encylopedic entry is written by Douglas McDermid of Trent University. It provides a shorter summary of pragmatism.
PhiPapers is a resource for philosphers, with texts and references on a variety of topics. The above link references over 200 pragmatist articles.