Kudos to Louis CK for recognizing that P2P file-sharing is as much a response to the failure of mainstream media distribution to keep apace with technological progress as it is about freeloaders wanting to rip off labels. Kudos to him for having enough faith in humanity to realize that most fans will gladly send some money his way for a video, provided he makes it easy for them and he doesn't try to gouge them for every cent he can squeeze out.
Even if you're not a fan of his comedy, please consider sending $5 his way so that he can make a big splash with this experiment, and maybe some of your favourite artists will be moved to try it themselves---and gods willing, hopefully it can become the new norm.
The more big names there are who conduct proofs of concept like this, the less impetus there should be for legislators to try to break the internet (see SOPA) just to prop up the obsolete business models of industries who are either ignorant or malicious. Industries who continue to act as though treating their customers like criminals is okay, and who restrict from here to Sunday all the different uses people might want to make of media that they've "bought", on the off chance that they can sell it to them over again in a different format. Industries who continue to think that it makes any sense whatsoever in the digital age to release or to license media content on a regional basis. They should already know that DRM doesn't prevent piracy. Let's show them that DRM-free can actually be an incentive
(Thanks, +Sean Cranbury