ncurses based programs can be a bit hit-or-miss but newsboat is one of the kings.
newsboat is an RSS reader, and as far as I'm concerned, a reddit interface, as you can turn any reddit feed into an RSS feed. Just stick something like this into your
Each time your run newsboat you'll get posts to that subreddit sorted by new - easy subscription without going near a web browser.
The key to torifying newsboat is its socks5 proxy, which is enabled with these config settings in
use-proxy yes proxy-type socks5h proxy 127.0.0.1:9050
The proxy IP and port of course must correspond to the socks5 proxy set up in your torrc config. The h in
socks5h is important - this makes tor do all its own DNS resolutions so they aren't leaking out the usual route.
You can take the functionality to the next level by opening any feed items in tor-browser directly from newsboat, too. First, stick this into your newsboat config:
browser "nohup tor-browser --allow-remote %u > /dev/null 2>&1 &"
and set the setting
browser.tabs.loadDivertedInBackground in tor-browser's
about:config to false. This allows feed items to be opened from newsboat when hitting
o without tor-browser stealing focus.
nohup is needed so tor-browser can stay alive even after your close newsboat, if newsboat opened it.
--allow-remote will launch tor-browser and allow it to receive remote commands to open urls as we are doing here. If tor-browser, with this option, is already running then the url will be opened in that instance but newsboat will stay focussed. The rest of the line sends all output to oblivion and backgrounds the command so that it doesn't disrupt your newsboating.
With this setup I just open newsboat once a day and give it a couple minutes to update its feeds while I do something else. Then I can quickly comb through everything, opening anything I want to read more about in tor-browser as I go and deleting the rest.