This article originally reported the tweet as if it was from the real Louis C.K. It's not. The account in question is a parody account. Headline and story have been updated throughout to reflect this.
No, it's not a 'hate' button or 'private' button. It's something far more pertinent to the truth of social networking.
Comedian sends a big message to the entertainment industry: a do-it-yourself video distributed directly over the Internet can be a financial success--in just four days.
A new stand-up comedy video costing $5 is Louis Szekely's experiment in direct sales in the Internet era: How much money will an inexpensive but easy-to-pirate video make?
Should your children be as stupid as everyone else's? Louis C.K.'s stance, as the red-haired one explains to Conan O'Brien, is that he's not there to make them happy.
Aziz Ansari plans to try his luck going solo by selling an hour-long stand-up special over the Internet.
CC:Stand-up Direct offers hour-long stand-up comedian performances for $5 each, following a trail blazed by Louis C.K.
At $120, Sprint's bare-bones WeGo phone has parental notification, and lets kids call and text a limited number of preset contacts.
The streaming service highlights its library of bits from stand-up comics with an app that curates them into themed playlists, in the latest example of comedy's audience finding options online.
Starting in August, you'll be able to watch more than 500 episodes on demand -- as long as you're already an FX subscriber.