The Humble Indie Bundle offered DRM-free versions of indie games World of Goo, Gish, Aquaria, Lugaru HD, Samorost 2 and Penumbra Overture for whatever you fancied paying, be it a thousand dollars or ten cents. You didn't pay ten cents, did you?
The initial week-long run raked in $1,112,815, of which $344,450 was donated to the Electronic Frontier Foundation and charity Child's Play. With an extension, it hit $1,273,613 from 138,813 sales, averaging out at $9.18.
There's a perk for purchasers of the original bundle too, as Wolfire has announced that you can now activate all the games on Steam. Simply plug your Bundle key into Steam to add the games to your Steam account. If you've lost your key, recover it here.
The Humble Indie Bundle 2 is still somewhat of a mystery, though Wolfire notes that it's "just in time for the holidays..." and details are promised "soon."