When he has ideas (even in the middle of the night) he writes them down. Sometimes just small bits (midi posts), small ideas that grow. He has 150 (!) posts in draft. He works on them for some time and then posts them.
Well, this gives you an idea of a blogging strategy. It's comparable to mine actually (although I don't post as much as Jeremiah and they're definitely not as good as his...).
What I was thinking though was: isn't it too bad that these draft posts aren't visible in some way from the start? I'm not saying every idea should be public (total transparency), even if that is possible. But in companies it can be very useful to know that somebody's thinking about something and working on an idea. The 150 draft posts show that Jeremiah has loads of ideas that are not really ready to publish, but eventually they will or several draft posts will be merged into one. I think lots of people can relate to this situation. And a blog is a wonderful place to work on, store and publish them. So, wouldn't it be nice to have a way to publish a draft post (just the title for instance) to give your colleagues (or the world) an idea of what you're thinking about?