Well, there are 248 different palettes there. I think it is a huge list since it is really hard to count them all...
thanks, and you mentioned a good observation as well, but i’d see it from another perspective, like keeping the 16 colours, and having, for example, like the 5 colours (0x00 to 0x04) from somewhere from colourlovers as first colours kept intact, and the colours 0x05 to 0x0F as a mix from these first colours, as randomly or sequentially mixed - i think that routines that could do that aren’t that difficult to code (i coded something like for sdlBasic or Python-Pygame around 10 years ago, that i have no idea where i have it! :D )
btw, another great source of colours sometimes arranged as palettes is chromapost.net, i guess you might enjoy a lot spending some time around there as well
and please don’t get me wrongly, lospec is really a very valuable palette resource information, and it’s a pleasure for me the eventuality of helping them anyhow! :)