How exactly is it inefficient for a list of new webpages I want to read to appear in my web browser?
In Safari, the folders on my bookmarks bar display a number which tells me that I have unread articles. When I click on a feed, I get a list of every article, highlighted if new, with previews of a size that I can control myself. I can then open a all the pages I want to read in the background, or simply add them to the Reading List if I don't have the time to read them now. Everything is categorized and seamlessly integrated.
I've been trying to make NetNewsWire work. But having to click on one link at a time and bounce back and forth between two apps is frustration on a stick. I want my web browser to tell me what webpages are new. I don't want a "news reader" any more than I want to go back to the days when I carried a cell phone, pda, and iPod.