Homeschoolers, more than any other group can benefit from networking. Why should each of us have to re-invent the wheel. There are so many issues: laws in your state, hassles with local authorities, curriculum to choose or not choose, teaching methods, resources, record keeping, scheduling, maintaining one's sanity while still running a house, socialization, helping a child who is either gifted or challenged, and so many more.
The following web sites are ones that I have come across while surfing for information. I hope you will find at least some of them as interesting/helpful as I did.
You will find blogs, newsletters, information on teaching methods, and sources of books among other things.
Homeschooling from a Biblical Worldview by Israel Wayne
The Case for Classical Christian Education by Douglas Wilson
Classical and Christian Education by Gregg Strawbridge
Recovering the Lost Tools of Learning by Douglas Wilson
The Seven Laws of Teaching by John Milton Gregory
Home School Heroes: The Struggle and Triumph of Homeschooling in America by Christopher Klicka
Whoever Controls the Schools Rules the World by Gary DeMar
The Harsh Truth About Public Schools by Bruce Shortt
Home-Making by J. R. Miller
Veritas Press (Curriculum from the Logos School available FREE on the web; books for all areas of the curriculum)
Christian Book Distributors (Great low prices on books in all subject areas)