For better anonymity, ditch your cell (tracking device) and use open wifi networks, with a fresh MAC address each time (you can't necessarily trust routers at $Coffee_Shop to not identify who you are).
Example: The NIST openly went against NSA.
Also, how solid is it? I suppose Tor has attracted much more research over the years in comparison.
The major vulnerabilities sound like details of implementation alone. Then there is a difference between the more easily lost privacy and the less easily lost anonymity.
Finally, people who are actual experts seem to think it remains a tool for anonymity, and explain why in a credible way.
But other than that, Tor is by far the best thing for your privacy right now.
And tor has some weaknesses to active attackers, meaning people who control behavior of many routers, to some extent.I believe there were documents showing the NSA has this capability.
But it would be truly helpful to NSA to create the illusion that TOR is cracked. Maybe that's the point of the documents you're talking about.